The final film that turned Jennifer Lawrence mega-star — ruled the North American box offices on the weekend, early results revealed Sunday.
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2” raked in $101 million in ticket revenues in its opening weekend in America and Canada, based on ticket sales tracker Exhibitor Relations.
But it neglected to match the income of its own forerunner, “Mockingjay, Part 1,” which opened at $121.9 million, according to ticket sales tracker Rentrak.
The pictures as well as the novels tell the narrative of Katniss Everdeen (Lawrence), a teenaged heroine pitched in a macabre dystopian universe right into a mortal struggle for survival.
In second spot was “Spectre,” the latest James Bond film, with gross sales of $14.6 million.
Third was the computer animated 3D animation “The Peanuts Movie,” which pulled in $12.8 million.
The family-friendly movie was the very first big screen rendition in 35 years for the comic book characters made by the late Charles Schulz, who expired in 2000.
The top five list was additionally made by two introductions.
“The Night Before,” a man buddy comedy starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen, started with $10.1 million.