The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 has remained at the top of the US Box Office, for the second week in a row, over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend (27th-30th November).

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence in Mockingjay - Part 1.

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 continues its streak at No.1 in the US Box Office. In early weekend estimates, the film has made $56 million. The movie, which stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, will have made more than $226 million in the US alone, according to reports in Variety

Mockingjay - Part 1 has made more than double the profits of the film in second place, Penguins of Madagascar. Penguins of Madagascar is a new entry this week and features the voices of Tom McGrath, Chris Miller and Christopher Knights. The animated family drama made more than $26 million at the Box Office.  Although earning considerably less than Mockingjay - Part 1, Penguins of Madagascar beat off another animation, Big Hero 6 (now in its fourth week at cinemas), to second place. 

Penguins of Madagascar
Penguins of Madagascar has come in at No.2 in the Box Office.

Big Hero 6 earned an estimated $19 million and was closely followed by another movie now in its fourth week at the Box Office, Interstellar. Interstellar, the latest Christopher Nolan sci-fi starring Matthew Mcconaughey and Anne Hathaway, earned $15.9 million. Interstellar was closely followed by a new comer, comedy Horrible Bosses 2, which came in at fifth place with $15.5 million. 

The Box Office top 10, according to

1.The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 ($56.3 million)

2.Penguins of Madagascar ($26.9 million)

3.Big Hero 6 ($19.4 million)

4.Interstellar ($15.9 million)

5.Horrible Bosses 2 ($15.5 million)

6.Dumber and Dumber To ($8.4 million)

7.The Theory of Everything ($5.1 million)

8.Gone Girl ($2.3 million)

9.Birdman ($1.86 million)

10.St. Vincent ($1.85 million)

Horrible Bosses 2
Horrible Bosses 2 is a newcomer in the Box Office, coming in at No.5.