Kitten comedy Keanu couldn't roar louder than The Jungle Book this weekend, as the Disney family movie topped the box office for the third straight week.

The Jungle Book earned about $43 million, bringing its cumulative its cumulative gross to over $25o million in its first three weeks of release, Deadline reports. It grossed more than the next six movies combined, including the ones that opened this weekend.

The Huntsman: Winter's War came in second in its second week of release, earning $9.4 million to bring its cumulative stateside gross to an underwhelming $34 million, though it has performed well overseas, grossing over $100 million. It edged out Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele's film debut, the action-comedy Keanu, which made a disappointing $9.3 million in its opening weekend.

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Keanu fared better than Mother's Day, though, which bowed in fourth place with $8 million. The Garry Marshall-directed ensemble comedy opened to harsh reviews and poor word-of-mouth.

Rounding out the top five was Barbershop: The Next Cut, which grossed $6 million to bring its cumulative to $44.6 million through three weeks.

Zootopia made $5 million more in its ninth week of release, edging videogame adaptation Ratchet & Clank, which opened with $4.8 million. The Boss ($4.2 million), Batman v Superman ($3.8 million) and Criminal ($1.3) took the last three spots on the top 10.

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