Sony’s new Jumanji movie, Welcome to the Jungle, is still doing really well at the box office. Entertainment Weekly reports that the movie is expected to bring in $27 million this weekend at US and Canadia theatres, making it No. 1 for two weeks in a row.

Welcome to the Jungle has now made $283.2 million domestically after just four weeks. It has made around $383 million from international markets, pushing its total haul to about $666.2 million. That’s quite impressive, given the movie had a reported budget of $90 million.

Welcome to the Jungle was directed by Jake Kasdan, the son of Star Wars writer/director Lawrence Kasdan. It was released some 22 years after the original Jumanji, which starred Robin Williams and Kirstin Dunst. For the new movie, Jumanji is a video game that teenagers get sucked into, becoming avatars in the game world. The film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas.

Rounding out the top five movies at the US box office this week were Steven Spielberg’s newest movie The Post ($18.6 million), Liam Neeson’s next thriller The Commuter, the horror flick Insidious: The Last Key, and the Hugh Jackman musical The Greatest Showman.

You can see the full Top 10 report for the January 12-14 weekend below, while a full breakdown of the weekend’s box office performance can be seen here at EW.

  1. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle — $27 million
  2. The Post — $18.6 million
  3. The Commuter — $13.5 million
  4. Insidious: The Last Key — $12.1 million
  5. The Greatest Showman — $11.8 million
  6. Star Wars: The Last Jedi — $11.3 million
  7. Paddington 2 — $10.6 million
  8. Proud Mary — $10 million
  9. Pitch Perfect 3 — $5.7 million
  10. Darkest Hour — $4.5 million