The Hunger Games really does have the odds in its favor.
Topping the box office for the second weekend in a row, the Jennifer Lawrence/Josh Hutcherson/Liam Hemsworth flick brought in $61.1 million from theatergoers.
This brings the Hunger Games total earnings so far to a whopping $251 million in just 10 days. Last week, it made a record-breaking debut and netted $155 million.
In the number two and three spots are openers Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror. The Liam Neeson action-fantasy flick earned $34.2 million while Julia Roberts' Disney Snow White remake made $19 million.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum's 21 Jump Street nabbed the #4 spot with $15 million, and Taylor Swift/Zac Efron's Dr. Seuss' The Lorax came in fifth this week with $8 million.
Rounding out the box office results for April 1: Taylor Kitsch's John Carter ($2 million), Emily Blunt's Salmon Fishing in the Yemen ($1.2 million), Alex Veadov's Act of Valor ($1 million), Eddie Murphy's A Thousand Words ($0.9 million) and Dwayne Johnson's Journey 2: The Mysterious Island ($0.8 million).