Star Wars: The Force Awakens still reigns supreme at the box office, pulling in $88.3 million in its third weekend - almost three times as much as Daddy's Home, which drew $29 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The continuation of the Jedi saga officially surpassed Titanic and Jurassic World's domestic all-time records, putting it just $20 million behind 2009's Avatar. Barring a nationwide movie theater disaster, the film will cross the threshold to being the highest grossing domestic film ever by the end of the week.
That's probably not what Quentin Tarantino wants to hear. His The Hateful Eight came in third place with $16.2 million in its first wide-release weekend. Meanwhile Sisters came in with a healthy $12.6 million.
Jennifer Lawrence is having a great start to 2016 with two movies in the top 10. Joy came in at No. 6 with $11.8 million, behind Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip ($11.8 million), while The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 rounded out the top 10 with $4.6 million.