Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle reclaimed its No. 1 spot in theaters for Super Bowl weekend, the first time since Titanic in 1998 that a December release made a comeback in February. The film brought in an estimated $11 million in domestic theaters over the weekend, with total global ticket sales at $855.7 million. With $352.7 million domestically, the film looks set to beat out Furious 7 to become Dwayne Johnson’s highest-grossing film in North America. Maze Runner: The Death Cure, a film adaption of a young adult dystopian science fiction novel, claimed second place in its second weekend in theaters, with $10.2 million in ticket sales. CBS Films and Lionsgate’s Winchester, the only new wide release over Super Bowl weekend, brought in $9.3 million domestically to come in third place.
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