'Hunger Games' feasts on Thanksgiving competition -- #1 for 2nd straight weekend with $75.8M

Moviegoing audiences satiated their Hunger pangs this Thanksgiving.

Franchise closer The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 gobbled up the competition for the five-day holiday and topped the box office for the second straight weekend with $75.8 million, according to studio estimates from Rentrak.

The action adventure starring Jennifer Lawrence, which has racked up $440.7 million worldwide so far, also managed to hold off two strong newcomers. Pixar’s animated The Good Dinosaur, a family-friendly film about a dino and a caveboy, was second with $55.6 million. The prehistoric cartoon met with good reviews (77% approval rating at aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes) and audiences gave it an A at CinemaScore.

Boxing drama Creed, which featured a returning Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) training Apollo Creed’s son (Michael B. Jordan), made its debut in third with $42.6 million. It also received an A at CinemaScore and was met with critical acclaim (93% at Rotten Tomatoes).

The James Bond film Spectre continued its strong run, finishing fourth with $18.2 million, and Charlie Brown and The Peanuts Movie rounded out the top five with $13.6 million.

The only other wide debut, Victor Frankenstein with James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, was a disaster. Its $3.4 million total finished a tough week for the movie after getting roughed up by critics (just 23% liked it at Rotten Tomatoes) and garnering a horrific C at CinemaScore.

Awards-ready drama The Danish Girl, starring Eddie Redmayne as transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, earned $185,000 in four theaters — averaging more than $46,000 per screen. And journalism drama Spotlight continued its nationwide expansion, nabbing $5.7 million for five days and pushing its total box office to $12.3 million.

Final numbers are expected Monday.