The Expendables fended off five new releases to top the box office for the second straight weekend.
Sylvester Stallone and his eclectic bunch of action stars claimed another $16.5 million to bring the film's 10-day total to $64.9 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Debuting in second place was the satire Vampires Suck, which took in $12.2 million, narrowly edging out Eat Pray Love's intake of $12 million.
The Expendables tops weekend box office
Ice Cube's comedy, Lottery Ticket, opened in fourth place with $11.12 million and was followed by The Other Guys ($10.1 million). The Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg buddy-cop film has grossed $88 million after three weeks.
A trio of new films occupied spots six through eight, led by Piranha 3D with $10.03 million. Nanny McPhee Returns pulled in $8.3 million, while Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman's widely promoted sperm-donor comedy The Switch bombed with $8.1 million.
Rounding out the top 10: Inception (No. 9, $7.6 million) and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (No. 10, $5.03 million).