Glass¬†, the latest installment of Night Hero’s trilogy of superheroes, has remained at the top of the North American box office for its third week of operation, according to final figures released Monday by the specialized firm Exhibitor Relations.

The film brings together the three characters in Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016), in a final confrontation that plays with notions of good and evil, reality and fiction. It recorded $ 9.5 million in revenue over the weekend, though less than last weekend, for a total of $ 88.7 million.

Glass is now hot on the heels of The Upside . For its fourth week of operation, the US adaptation of the French film-phenomenon Intouchables remains firmly anchored in second place with $ 8.7 million worth of tickets sold this weekend in the United States and Canada and 75.4 millions since its release.

Another remake went straight up on the third step of the podium when it came out with $ 6.9 million in revenue: Miss Bala , an action thriller directed by Catherine Hardwicke and adapted from a 2011 Mexican film, which follows a woman struggling with drug cartels after the disappearance of a friend in Tijuana.

Aquaman slipped to fourth place with $ 4.9 million and 323.6 million in seven weeks.

Oscar-nominated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse remains in fifth place on the Super Bowl weekend with $ 4.5 million in revenue and $ 175 million since its release eight weeks ago.

Here is the rest of the Top 10:

6- Green Book  : $ 4.3 million ($ 55.8 million in 12 weeks)

7- The Kid Who Would Be King  : $ 4.2 Million ($ 13.2 Million in Two Weeks)

8- A Dog’s Way Home  : $ 3.6 million ($ 36 million in four weeks)

9- Escape Game  : $ 2.9 million ($ 52.1 million in five weeks)

10- They Shall Not Grow Old  : $ 2.4 million ($ 10.8 million in seven weeks).