Furious 7 is still on the top of the North American box office, taking $60.6 million in its second weekend in theaters.
Fast and Furious 7 has already out-grossed all previous installments of the 14-year-old franchise and has now made more than $800 million internationally.
Home berthed at No 2, new release The Longest Ride could only muster a third place debut.
The rodeo-based romance made $13.5 million between Friday and Sunday.
Starring Clint Eastwood’s son Scott, the film is the latest to be adapted from a best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks.
Further down this week’s Top 10,
Woman in Gold appears at seven after expanding its release to more than 1,500 locations.
Starring Helen Mirren, this story of an attempt to recover art looted by the Nazis made $5.9 million in its second weekend in North American theaters.
US and Canada box office:
Furious 7 – $60.6 million
Home – $15.2 million
The Longest Ride – $13.5 million
Get Hard – $8.6 million
Cinderella – $7.2 million
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has topped the North American box office for a third week in a row.
The final film in Peter Jackson’s series took $21.9 million according to early studio estimates.
Disney’s new release, the musical
Into the Woods, was at number two with $19.1 million in its second week of release.
The fairytale drama stars Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp and Emily Blunt.
Angelina Jolie’s World War II tale
Unbroken, took third spot with $18.4 million.
The weekend’s only major new release, horror sequel
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, landed in fourth place with $15.1 million.
Sony’s controversial film
The Interview, about a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, took an estimated $1.1 million in its second week of limited release.
Last week, Sony announced the film had taken $15 million in its first four days of online streaming.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb rounded out the top five with takings of $14.5 million.
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