Wonka" secures the top domestic box office spot for its third consecutive weekend, surpassing new releases and holiday titles.

 Timothée Chalamet leads as a younger Willy Wonka in the prequel to the 1971 classic, maintaining its chart-topping streak.

Projected to add $15.5 million in its fourth weekend, "Wonka" is poised for its third successive No. 1 spot.

"Night Swim" trails in second place with an estimated $12.5 million, while "Wonka" maintains its commercial dominance.

The film's success arises from its global milestone of $300 million and weak competition despite seven major holiday releases.

 Despite "Night Swim's" underperformance and critical reception, "Wonka" faces uncertainty in retaining its top position.

 Next weekend poses a challenge with "Mean Girls" and "The Beekeeper" releasing simultaneously, doubling the competition.

 If "Wonka" holds its ground against the upcoming releases, it could extend its streak through January, given the sparse major releases.