Five Nights at Freddy’s held onto the #1 slot at the nation’s cinemas this weekend, while Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour moved within $30m of becoming the biggest concert film ever.

Swift’s film is up to $166m domestically with a global total of $231m, just $30m behind the $261m raked in by the Michael Jackson pic This Is It.

Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla Presley biopic Priscilla cracked the top 5 on the B.O. chart after expanding to 1,259 theaters from four screens.

  1. Five Nights at Freddy’s (Universal): $19.4m total; 3,789 screens/$5,119 average per screen (Week 2)
  2. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (AMC): $13.5m total; 3,604 screens/$3,745 average per screen (Week 4)
  3. Killers of the Flower Moon (Paramount): $7m total; 3,786 screens/$1,849 average per screen (Week 3)
  4. Priscilla (A24): $5.08m total; 1,359 screens/$3,741 average per screen (Week 2)
  5. Radical (Pantelion Films): $2.7m total; 419 screens/$6,516 average per screen (Debut)