Freddy is still the king of the box office.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s” remained at the No. 1 spot in its second week in theaters.
The supernatural horror flick raked in $5.45 million, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
It is slated to surpass the $100 million mark in a total of just eight days, according to Deadline.
The film, which was released on Oct. 27 in theaters and on Peacock, also had the biggest-ever five-day debut on the streaming service.
In second place was “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” with $3.6 million in sales.
The concert movie, based on the pop star’s tour, has already earned $150 million domestically and more than $200 million globally, according to CNBC.
It is also predicted to take in another $10 million domestically this weekend.
Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” landed in third, earning $1.945 million.
The Western crime drama is based on a 2017 non-fiction book by David Grann about a series of murders of Native Americans from the tribe Osage Nation.
Grann, who spent five years working on the book with members of the Osage Nation, is happy to see it continue to have an effect on audiences.
“For me, the main reason I embarked on the project originally was to address my own ignorance and the fact that so many others outside the Osage Nation were unfamiliar with this history,” he told Entertainment Weekly.
“The most rewarding part of watching and following this journey is to see this history radiating out into the world, to see people beginning to have conversations about it.”
“Priscilla” landed in fourth, bringing in just over $1.942 million.
Before her death in January, Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla’s daughter, asked its director Sofia Coppola to change her depiction of her father, Elvis, in the film, according to Variety.
Action comedy “Freelance,” which RogerEbert.com called “barely a movie” and “a defiantly lazy work,” took fifth place, with earnings of $885,000.
The flick stars John Cena as a former Special Forces operator and Alison Brie as the journalist he is hired to protect.
This weekend’s box office faced a decrease in ticket sales, which fell to $58.3 million, the third-lowest of the entire year. The next two lowest in 2023 were Super Bowl weekend and Sept. 22 through 24.
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