Horror-thriller Split remained king at the North American box office for a third weekend in a row, raking in an additional $14.6 million from 3,373 theaters, claiming a victory M. Night Shyamalan hasn’t achieved since 1999—when The Sixth Sense debuted. Through Sunday, Split has grossed a domestic total of $98.7 million for Universal and Blumhouse Productions. The film brought in $14.6 million more from 41 other markets, bringing it to a global total of $142.7 million. Paramount’s Rings placed second this Super Bowl weekend, with about $13 million in sales from 2,931 theaters. La La Land rose to $268 million in total global sales, while the Robert De Niro comedy The Comedian fell flat.