Last weekend, Sing grossed $20.7 million, good for third place in its third frame.
In an extremely competitive weekend, it was separated by just $1.35 million from second place finisher Rogue One and around $2.1 million from the top spot, occupied by Hidden Figures. Nevertheless, the film failed to reach the top spot again, which now puts Sing on track to perhaps become the highest-grossing Hollywood film to never reach No. 1.
With a gross of $214.5M to date, Sing is currently the fourth-highest earner of all time to not achieve first place. The only films ahead of it are Alvin and the Chipmunks ($217.3M), Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel($219.6M), and My Big Fat Greek Wedding ($241.4M). Sing’s gross should be in the range of $275-300M by the time it’s all over, which would make it the winner of this somewhat dubious distinction by a wide margin.