Dune: Part Two loses ground to Kung Fu Panda 4 at the weekend box office.

Kung Fu Panda 4 leads Dune: Part Two for a second week, but only by less than $1 million, as projected earlier in the weekend. 

Panda 4 grossed $30 million in two weeks, reaching $107 million, and Dune 2 grossed $29.1 million in three weeks, reaching $205 million. 

The top five, and well behind the top two, includes Mark Wahlberg dog movie Arthur The King ($7.5 million), imaginary friend horror thriller Imaginary ($19 million after two weeks), and Churchy biography Cabrini ($13 million). 

A dramatic rise in popularity puts Love Lies Bleeding in sixth position. 

It rose from 21st to sixth and earned 1,548 percent more! It made $2.4 million since it ran on two screens last week and now over 1,000, but we're talking about it, right?

Outside of the top five, Bob Marley: One Love is still around, One Life and The American Society Of Magical Negroes did poorly (though they're on restricted screens), and Ordinary Angels has lasted a fourth week.

Oppenheimer opened in a few new cinemas after winning Best Picture at the Academy Awards last week, but it barely made any extra money. 

Maybe it's not the ideal weekend for Cillian Murphy to play an American? Feels heretical.

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