"American Sniper" had another insanely huge weekend at the box office.

The Clint Eastwood film, starring Bradley Cooper, made another $64 million over the past three days, setting its worldwide box office total at over $247 million after being wide-released in theaters for two weeks.

Not only does that, once again, give the film one of the highest-earning weekends in January, but "American Sniper" just had one of the second-best weekends ever.

This is huge because the types of movies that usually only have second big weekends at the box office usually fall under one of two categories: They're either a comic book movie or sequel. 

Only seven movies have had larger second weekends at the box office:

Movie Second Weekend at Box Office Opening Weekend 8. "American Sniper" (2015) $64.4 million $89.2 million 7. "Spider-Man" (2002) $71.4 million $114.8 million 6. "Shrek 2" (2004) $72.2 million $108 million 5. "Iron Man 3" (2013) $72.5 million $174.1 million 4. "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" (2013) $74.2 million $158 million 3. "The Dark Knight" (2008) $75.2 million $158.4 million 2. "Avatar" (2009) $75.6 million $77 million 1. "The Avengers" (2012) $103.1 million $207.4 million

All of those movies have one thing in common, they all made over $800 million at the box office.

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