'Aquaman' still rules, and others see a post-Christmas bump
LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Aquaman" is still leading the pack at the box office, but other films like "Mary Poppins Returns" and "The Mule" are enjoying post-Christmas bumps too.
Warner Bros. on Sunday says "Aquaman" has added an estimated $51.6 million in North American ticket sales over the weekend to take first place again. Down just 24 percent from its domestic debut, the DC Comics pic has grossed nearly $748.8 million worldwide.
Up 19 percent, "Mary Poppins Returns" took second place with $28 million, while "Bumblebee" settled in third with $20.5 million.
"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" got fourth with $18.3 million. And "The Mule," up 24 percent, took fifth with $11.8 million.
The Dick Cheney movie "Vice" grossed $7.8 million from the weekend and $17.7 million since its Christmas opening.
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