`Spider-Man: Far From Home' Tops Weekend Box Office

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - ``Spider-Man: Far From Home'' maintained its lead at the North American box office over the weekend, collecting $45.3 million, according to final figures released today.

The latest web-slinger adventure has earned nearly $274.6 million in its two weeks in theaters, according to box-office tracker comScore.

``Toy Story 4'' took second place by collecting $20.9 million between Friday and Sunday, giving it a four-week total of $346.6 million.

The horror-suspense film ``Crawl'' debuted in third place with $12 million, followed by another debut, the cop-comedy ``Stuber,'' which collected $8.2 million.

The romantic fantasy film ``Yesterday'' earned $6.7 million to take fifth place.

Rounding on the top 10 releases of the weekend were ``Aladdin'' ($6.2 million); ``Annabelle Comes Home'' ($5.6 million); ``Midsommar'' ($3.7 million); ``The Secret Life of Pets 2'' ($3.2 million); and ``Men In Black International'' ($2.2 million).

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