Big Al's Weekend Movie Wrap-Up: "Ralph" Breaks the Box Office

 

“Ralph Breaks The Internet” broke the box office for its debut, raking in $56 million for the weekend and a massive $84-point-six million over the entire five days – easily earning the top spot. That makes it the second-best Thanksgiving debut film ever, beaten only by another Disney’s movie, “Frozen.”

“Creed II” also made big bucks to earn the second spot, making $35-point-two million for its debut weekend and $55 million for the five-day holiday break. That not only beats the original “Creed” film’s $29 million in debut earnings, but it also marks the best debut for a live-action film during Thanksgiving.

Thanks to these titles – plus “The Grinch,” “Fantastic Beast,” and “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which are still going strong – the box office saw record-breaking earnings this Thanksgiving. The five-day period brought in $314 million, which surpasses 2013’s record of $294 million.

 

Here’s this weekend’s top 10 movies:

  1. “Ralph Breaks The Internet” – $55.7 million
  2. “Creed II” – $35.3 million
  3. “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” – $30.2 million
  4. “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald” – $29.6 million
  5. “Bohemian Rhapsody” – $13.9 million
  6. “Instant Family” – $12.5 million
  7. “Robin Hood” – $9.1 million
  8. “Widows” – $7.9 million
  9. “Green Book” – $5.4 million
  10. “A Star Is Born” – $3 million

Source: Variety

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