Star Wars: The Last Jedi has lost its top spot in the charts, with Jumanji taking over. The movie stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan.

For the weekend of the 5-7th January, Disney’s sci-fi blockbuster made approximately $23 million, finishing third. No.1 in the US was Sony’s Jumanji reboot, which made $36 million over a three-day period. No.2 was the horror movie Insidious: The Last Key, which is ahead of the opening weekend haul for the last movie.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has now made $244.4 million domestically after just 19 days, with a further $275 million from international markets. This puts the global haul to $519.4 million, which is incredibly impressive given that the budget for the movie was only $90 million.

Star Wars on the other hand has now made $572.5 million in the US and Canada, with $632.7 million overseas. This pushes the total up to $1.2 billion.

We’ll have a look at how these movies are fairing in the UK tomorrow in Charts and That.

It’s no surprise that Star Wars made this much, given that The Force Awakens is one of the biggest box office sellers to date.

There has been some discontent among fans however. Many disagree with the route that director Rian Johnson decided to take with the characters. Luke has been a topic of debate for weeks now. You can read our review here.

Insidious has made an impressive $29.3 million this weekend. It’s not often we see horror movies in the top three.

Well done Jumanji, a sleeper hit if ever we’ve seen one. Might even be worth a watch if you’re into family-friendly action movies. Or you could go see The Last Jedi again.

I know what I’d go to see.