DC's underwater action film, Aquaman, stayed afloat at the top of the box office over the post-Christmas holiday weekend as the film brought in an additional $51.5 million to bring its total to over $188 million to best Disney's Mary Poppins Returns which stayed in second place with a $28 million take. {googleads}

The next three spots remained unchanged from last week with the Transformers semi-reboot Bumblebee remaining in the third slot with $20 million over the weekend while Marvel's Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse held onto fourth place by adding another $18 million to its total. Clint Eastwood's drug drama The Mule, rounded out the top five with an $11.8 million take to bring its total to nearly $61 million.

The next two spots were held by a couple of films making their debuts with Adam McKay's Dick Cheney biopic Vice bring in just under $8 million while the Will Ferrel John C. Reilly comedy Holmes and Watson debuted at number seven with just over $7 million.Mary Poppins Returns

Jennifer Lawrence's female empowerment comedy Second Act dropped one slot to finish in eighth with a $7.2 million take which brings its two week total to $21 million.

Rounding out the top ten were the family comedy Ralph Breaks the Internet which made an additional $6.5 million followed by the Dr. Suess's The Grinch which ups its total to more than $265 million with a $4.2 million weekend.

Here are the weekend Box Office Results for December 28-December 30, 2018:

Title Weekend Total Last Week
1. Aquaman
$51,500,000 $188,700,000 1
2. Mary Poppins Returns
$28,000,000 $99,000,000 2
3. Bumblebee
$20,500,000 $66,700,000 3
4. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
$18,300,000 $103,600,000 4
5. The Mule
11,800,000 $60,700,000 5
6. Vice
$7,800,000 $7,800,000 N
7. Holmes and Watson
$7,300,000 $19,700,000 N
8. Second Act
$7,200,000 $21,700,000 7
9. Ralph Breaks The Internet
$6,500,000 $175,700,000 8
10. Dr. Suess's The Grinch
$4,200,000 $265,500,000 6