American Sniper has made a whopping $200 million in its first 10 days of release, according to the studios' Sunday box office estimates. The movie took in an additional $64.4 million over the weekend, earning it the top spot for a second week and a second box-office record.

The film already became the highest-grossing January debut of all time last weekend, and this weekend it earned the most money of any R-rated movie ever on a non-debut week. It fell just short of passing Passion of the Christ for the best R-rated debut ever last week, but it looks like the Bradley Cooper/Clint Eastwood drama will eventually overtake Passion to become the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time (and probably pass Saving Private Ryan to become the highest grossing war movie ever). 

On the opposite end of the spectrum was this week's big debut, Mortdecai, which was anything but big. The Johnny Depp/Gwyneth Paltrow comedy earned a sad $4.1 million domestically to land in ninth place. Welcome to floptown. 

The Boy Next Door was No. 2 with $15 million, while Paddington ($12.4 million), The Wedding Ringer ($11.6 million) and Taken 3 ($7.6 million) rounded out the top 5. 


[Via Forbes]