SPECTRE’s U.S.-Canada 2d weekend revised to $33.7 million

SPECTRE LOGOSPECTRE’s final figure for its second U.S.-Canada weekend was revised to $33.7 million, down from Sunday’s estimate of $35.4 million, according to BOX OFFICE MOJO.

The 24th James Bond film has now generated box office of $129 million in the region through Nov. 15, according to the movie box office website. That’s down from about $161 million for Skyfall for the comparable period in 2012.

SPECTRE has been the No. 1 box office movie for the U.S. and Canada the past two weekends. Skyfall was also No. 1 for two weekends — but not consecutive ones. In 2012, Skyfall was the No. 1 box office movie for the Nov. 9-11 weekend (its debut) and again during the Dec. 7-9 weekend (the film’s fifth weekend).

SPECTRE’s global box office has totaled more than $540 million through Nov. 15. That’s almost half way to Skyfall’s total of $1.11 billion.