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The final installment of The Hunger Games franchise spends a second week as the top-grossing film at the domestic box office with another $52m, which is less than a 50% drop.

The Good Dinosaur—the latest Pixar animation to hit the silver screen—enjoyed having the fourth-highest Thanksgiving opening in recorded history, debuting at #2. Interestingly, though, it's also the worst opening for a Pixar flick since 1995's Toy Story. As for extremely disappointing openings, Fox's Victor Frankenstein really takes the cake, as it bowed with a dismal $840 per-theater average, even though it opened to a sizable 2,797 locations.

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (Lionsgate) $52m 4,175/$12,359 avg. (week 2)
2. The Good Dinosaur (Buena Vista) $39m 3,749/$10,454 avg. (debut)
3. Creed (Warner Bros.) $30m 3,404/$8,848 avg. (debut)
4. Spectre (Sony) $13m 2,940/$4,354 avg. (week 4)
5. The Peanuts Movie (Fox) $10m 3,089/$3,140 avg. (week 4)

Meanwhile, Focus' The Danish Girl, which stars Eddie Redmayne as one of the first known recipients of sex reassignment surgery, dazzled in limited release, raking in a total of $185k across just four theaters.

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