Jumanji 2 Continues To Stampede All Over The Box Office

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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is still roaring at the box office in its fourth weekend in theaters as Deadline reports the film will bring in an additional $34.3 million to its domestic total.

Jumanji 2 however, is still running more than successfully, as it also topped this weekend too against other competitors. It is also expected to surpass $300 (218.4) million in domestic earnings this week (begs15Jan18).

Regarding comparisons to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, obviously Jumanji probably won't beat The Last Jedi's total box office (simply because it's a "Star Wars" movie), but Jumanji has been out performing Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the US on a day-to-day and a weekend basis. The Jake Kasdan-directed film was number one in 31 global markets and has earned $667 million (£485.6 million) globally.

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Less successful was the Liam Neeson vehicle "The Commuter", which opened to $13.4 million, according to comScore, which compiles box office data.

Coming in second is Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks' The Post, a political thriller directed by Steven Spielberg which depicts journalists from The Washington Post and The New York Times as they make the decision to publish the Pentagon Papers, with $22.2 million (£16.2 million). The total will grow to over $33.4 million if you count the MLK Monday which is a public holiday. Warner. Bros.' launch of family comedy "Paddington 2" finished sixth with $15 million, in line with the lower end of forecasts and just ahead of Universal's second weekend of "Insidious: The Last Key" with $14.6 million at 3,150 venues. The global picture is far better, of course: As of Sunday, Last Jedi had a worldwide haul of $1.264 billion, making it the biggest film of 2017.