'The Jungle Book' Roars Over 'Huntsman: Winter's War' at the Box Office

"The Jungle Book" continues to do well at the box office, holding onto its lead two weeks in a row. While "Huntsman: Winter's War" was meant to dethrone the Disney film, it's tracking to come in second place.

"The Jungle Book" is projected to earn $60 million at the box office this weekend, which is $40 million over "Huntsman: Winter's War." While "The Jungle Book" is down %41 from its initial opening weekend, it's still outpacing "Hunstman" which only opened this weekend.

Deadline speculates that "Huntsman," despite having four A-list lead actors -- Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth, Emily Blunt, and Jessica Chastain -- is another unwanted fairytale film, much like Warner Bros. "Pan."

So far "The Jungle Book" has earned $393 million worldwide and has been greenlit for a sequel.

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