Furious 7 isn't running out of gas, putting on the brakes, or any other stupid car-related term for the way the movie continues to rake in the cash at the box office this week. 

The movie already topped a billion worldwide (the first Universal Studios pic to ever do that) and added a cool $29.1 million domestically this weekend to remain No. 1 for a third straight week, according to Variety. It has now made $294.4 million in North America. 

In second place this week was Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, which proved once again that critics have jack to do with making hits. Despite scoring a spectacular 0% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, the film made a solid $24 million. 

​Low-budget horror flick Unfriended was also a hit, bringing in $16 million in its opening weekend on a $1 million budget. 

Also strong (for a limited release) the Oscar Isaac-starring sci-fi film Ex Machina. It was only playing on 39 screens, but brought in the highest per-screen average in the country for the second week in a row, and now stands at $1.1 million.