Spectre took in $2.43 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day. The latest installment of Sony and MGM's James Bond franchise was down 71 percent from Sunday and down a sizable 54 percent from last Monday. Spectre has grossed a solid $131.41 million in eleven days. The film is currently running 18 percent ahead of the $110.99 million eleven-day take of 2008's Quantum of Solace and 20 percent behind the $164.96 million eleven-day gross of 2012's Skyfall.
The Peanuts Movie placed in second with $0.887 million. The 3D computer animated adaptation from Fox and Blue Sky fell 87 percent from Sunday and an underwhelming 49 percent from last Monday. While it has been surprisingly front-loaded for a well-received family film thus far, The Peanuts Movie has still grossed a solid $83.19 million in eleven days. That places the film 16 percent behind the $99.56 million eleven-day take of 2012's Wreck-It Ralph.
Love the Coopers claimed third place with $0.584 million. The ensemble holiday comedy from CBS Films and Lionsgate declined 71 percent from Sunday's performance. Love the Coopers has grossed $8.90 million in four days, which is slightly ahead of the film's modest pre-release expectations. The film is running 37.5 percent behind the $14.24 million four-day start of 2005's The Family Stone, though it should be noted that The Family Stone opened in December.
Fox's The Martian took fourth with $0.456 million for the day. The blockbuster Ridley Scott directed 3D sci-fi film starring Matt Damon was down 71 percent from Sunday and down just 26 percent from last Monday. The Martian has grossed an impressive $207.85 million in 46 days thanks in part to continued strong holding power. That already gives the film a current total gross to opening weekend ratio of 3.83 to 1.
The 33 followed closely behind in fifth place with $0.451 million. The Warner Bros. drama starring Antonio Banderas fell 72 percent from Sunday. The 33 has grossed $6.24 million in four days, which is below the film's already modest expectations. The film is running an underwhelming 47 percent behind the $11.74 million four-day start of McFarland, USA earlier this year. On a positive note, The 33 has displayed encouraging early holding power so far.
Open Road's Spotlight remained strong in platform release with a daily take of $120,839 from 60 locations. That gave the awards season hopeful starring Mark Ruffalo and Michael Keaton a daily per-location average of $2,014. Spotlight has grossed $1.92 million through eleven days of platform release and is scheduled to expand into moderate release this coming Friday.