American Sniper Remains on Top and Big Hero 6 Continues to Earn

american-sniper-posterAmerican Sniper does a three-peat, and was the top earner at the domestic box office this part weekend. The film earned an estimated $31.9 million. That’s more than the next four movies combined. That brings the controversial film’s domestic total to around $249 million. The film’s earning is also a record for a Super Bowl weekend. Though the film’s earning has slowed, it can still become the top earning film from 2014.

In more geeky films, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies continues its march adding an estimated $1.3 million to bring its domestic total to $251.7 million.

Big Hero 6 in its thirteenth week at the box office brought in an estimated $452,000 to bring its domestic total to $218 million.

The first “comic” movie to open up nationwide in 2015 is Kingsman: The Secret Service which debuts February 13.