AceShowbiz - "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" has scored a second weekend at the top of the North American box office.
The sixth film in the action movie franchise, starring Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill, has earned $35 million (£26.9 million) over the weekend to take the top spot. It has grossed $124 million (£95.3 million) in North America and $205 million (£157.6 million) overseas since its release. The movie also enjoyed the franchise's biggest opening to date on the North American box office with an impressive $61.5 million (£46.9 million).
Coming in second is the live-action Winnie the Pooh movie, "Christopher Robinson", with $25 million (£19.2 million). The film, starring Ewan McGregor and Hayley Atwell, with the voices of Jim Cummings and Brad Garrett, has earned an additional $4.8 million (£3.7 million) overseas.
"We believe this is a solid start for this film," Cathleen Taff, Disney's head of theatrical distribution, says. "We think this movie will have legs. We don't have a lot of family film competition behind us."
Comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me", which features Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, has debuted in third spot with $12.3 million (£9.4 million), while sequel "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" comes in fourth with $9 million (6.9 million) for a domestic total of $91 million (£70 million).
Denzel Washington's "The Equalizer 2" rounds out the top five with $8.7 million (6.7 million).
Meanwhile, superhero film "Black Panther" is continuing to break records by becoming one of only three films to pass $700 million (£538.4 million) at the domestic box office. It has grossed $1.3 billion worldwide. It joins 2015's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and 2009's "Avatar".
"We're in awe at the power of this film since February," Taff adds. "It speaks to the incredible storytelling of Kevin Feige and Marvel."Top Ten Movies at Weekend Box Office for August 3-5: