If having another "Furious" movie top the box office for a weekend feels like déjà vu, don't worry. You're not alone.
Just like the movie franchise itself, "Fate of the Furious" returned, again, to take the No. 1 spot this weekend with an estimated $38.6 million. But it wasn't quite able to break the $1 billion worldwide mark.
Still, "Fate of the Furious" is having a pretty impressive run. It had the second-highest opening weekend of all the "Fast and Furious" films and, at $532 million, had the best worldwide debut of all time.
Its second-weekend success might also have had something to do with the competition. Box office newcomers "Unforgettable" and "The Promise" both tanked, making less than $9 million in their opening weekends — combined.
Holding onto the No. 2 spot for the second week in a row is "The Boss Baby" with an estimated $12.7 million.
And "Beauty and the Beast" followed suit, holding at this weekend's No. 3 feature film. It debuted in its last overseas market — Japan — and came in at No. 1. The film made almost $10 million this weekend and has made over $1.1 billion globally to date.
And if "Beauty" can stay in the top three one more week, Emma Watson may have two films to brag about.