The latest Hunger Games film has stayed at the top of the US and Canada box office chart after a slow weekend for North America's cinemas.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 took $21.6m (£13.8m) between Friday and Sunday to stay the top draw for a third straight weekend.
Cartoon spin-off Penguins of Madagascar took second place with a second weekend tally of $11.1m (£7.1m).
Comedy sequel Horrible Bosses 2 climbed two places to three.
But its second weekend takings of $8.6m (£5.5m) were not much to shout about in a weekend described as "boring" by box office analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
The only new entry in this week's Top 10 was The Pyramid, a horror film about a group of archaeologists exploring a cursed tomb.
The Inbetweeners' James Buckley has a supporting role in the film, which made its debut in ninth place with a haul of $1.4m (£896,000).
With little to remark upon further up the chart, it was left to some of this year's awards hopefuls to make a splash further down the countdown.
The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as code breaker Alan Turing, took in an estimated $402,000 (£257,184) from eight locations.
Reese Witherspoon's Wild, meanwhile, opened in 21 cinemas on Wednesday and made an estimated $630,000 (£403,000) between Friday and Sunday.