Six weeks after its release, Guardians of the Galaxy is still No. 1 at the box office.
That means the movie, which has made $294.5 million domestically, tacked on another $10 million to its total and now holds the record as the Marvel movie with the most weeks spent at No. 1, Deadline reports.
Of course, it helps when it is the garbagest weekend for movie releases in recent memory.
The only major release that came out Friday was The Identical, a poorly reviewed film inspired by the story of Elvis Presley's identical twin that died at birth, so yeah, the competition was not strong. The Identical only made $1.91 million.
The rest of the top five was all movies that have been out for a while. Here is No. 2 through 5, in descending order: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ($6.5 million), If I Stay ($5.75 million), Let's Be Cops ($5.4 milion) and The November Man ($4.2 milion).
Hopefully you're lucky enough to live in one of the cities where No No: A Dockumentary is showing in limited release. That film, about the legendary no-hitter that Pittsburg Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis threw while tripping on acid in 1970, is probably the most interesting thing to come out this week.