As the smaller films vie for recognition at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards, big-budget blockbusters dominated the weekend's box office charts.
Sony's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" climbed to the top of the chart for the first time since its debut, bringing in an estimated $36 million in its third week for a cumulative total of $244.4 million, according to figures from measurement firm ComScore.
Universal's "Insidious: The Last Key," the only new wide release this weekend, opened impressively with $29.3 million despite coming in second place on the box office charts.
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