Another week brought another multimillion-dollar milestone for "Titanic," which remained in first place at the box office for a ninth straight weekend and replaced "Jurassic Park" as the No. 3 all-time domestic moneymaker.

Buoyed by Valentine's Day and last week's Academy Award nomination announcements, the blockbuster grossed $27.5 million over the weekend for a North American total of $370.9 million, Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc. reported Sunday.That was enough to bump "Jurassic Park," with $357.1 million, to No. 4 on the all-time list. "Titanic" trails "Star Wars," which earned $461 million, and "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial," with $399.8 million.

"This picture's had terrific legs so far and is only getting better," said Art Rockwell, an industry analyst with Rockwell Capital Management.

"Titanic" received a 20 percent boost in sales from the previous weekend thanks to its 14 Oscar nominations, analysts said. Also, many lovebirds saw the film on Valentine's Day. Its largest single-day gross was Saturday with $13 million.

Other Academy Award-nominated films, including "Good Will Hunting," "As Good As It Gets," "L.A. Confidential" and "The Full Monty," earned between 18 percent and 25 percent more than the previous weekend.

"The Academy Award consideration, as well as good word of mouth, are carrying these pictures," Rockwell said.

"As Good As It Gets" passed the $100 million mark and "L.A. Confidential" earned $2.6 million, although it finished out of the weekend top 10.

Three new films finished in the top 10.

"The Wedding Singer" was in second place with $18.5 million. The romantic comedy, set in 1985, is about a singer played by Adam Sandler and his budding romance with a waitress played by Drew Barrymore.

"Sphere," an underwater sci-fi thriller starring Dustin Hoffman, Samuel L. Jackson and Sharon Stone, was third with $15.2 million.

The only other new release was "The Borrowers," starring John Goodman in a comedy based on the popular children's books. It earned $4.8 million to finish sixth.

Final figures will be released Tuesday. Estimated grosses for the top 10 movies Friday through Sunday:

1. "Titanic," $27.5 million.

2. "The Wedding Singer," $18.5 million.

3. "Sphere," $15.2 million

4. "Good Will Hunting" $8.2 million.

5. "As Good As It Gets," $6.5 million.

6. "The Borrowers," $4.8 million.

7. "Replacement Killers," $4.3 million.

8. "Great Expectations," $3.4 million.

9. "Blues Brothers 2000," $3.2 million.

10. "Wag the Dog," $2.75 million.