LOS ANGELES – Movie sequels have their Thanksgiving party at the box office and they feed on gross-week-long album industries.
Ralph breaks in on the Internet and Creed II picked up the top two charts in North America, cutting off the original movies and picking up the 300-million-US mark at the Thanksgiving box at five-day.
Wednesday's Studios said that the Disney Wreck-It Ralph sequence was $ 55.7 million estimated at three-day weekend and $ 84.5 million Wednesday to open its first place and has become one of the biggest Thanksgiving opportunities of all time.
Five-day raw Thanksgiving is the third trophy of all time, behind Frozen and Hunger Games: Fire Catching.
John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman's voicemail will return audiences and critics.
"We're very happy about this weekend," said Cathleen Taff, who cares for the distribution of Disney's plays. "It was a great start to the fantastic start and the holiday season."
Rocky spinoff Creed II, star Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone, the second one was $ 35.3 million on a weekend and $ 55.8 million a week. The first Thanksgiving debut of the first film in 2015. Steven Caple Jr. The conductor's adventures in Jordan Adonis fight against son Ivan Drago.
"MGM is a franchise of the time, and thanks to its new legacy and new generation of audiences, we are still responding to Rocky Balboa and Adonis Creed," Jonathan Glickman, president of MGM, Motion Picture Group He said in a statement.
The third place went to Illumination Entertainment's Dr Seuss & The Grinch and won $ 30.2 million on the second weekend. Simply passed the track of Fantastic Beasts, the crimes of Grindelwald ($ 29.7 million).
The latest version of Robin Hood was Robin Hood's latest version, featuring Taron Egerton. Manual reviews by Lionsgate Summit Entertainment earned less than $ 9,1 million in the weekend and less than $ 14.2 million in a theater, according to a budget of nearly $ 100 million.
Universal Booker, Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortens were the main protagonists of the Green Book, which opened 1,063 places and ninth place for $ 5.4 million.
Peter Farrelly directed a movie based on a real story about Jim Crow's Hegoaldera.
Prizes, good reviews and a movie with A + CinemaScore, Universal Deputy Director General Jim Orr has said he expects a long life at the box office.
The other awards at the Festival, along with the magazine's favorites, Fox Searchlight, together with Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman, opened at $ 400,000 in four locations.
In general, Thanksgiving structure at the box office in the sector was remarkable. For the first time, the total home office ticket exceeds $ 300 million over Thanksgiving holidays over five days. Kutxa followers Comscore is projecting $ 314 million.
"This Thanksgiving is perfectly suited for one year, breaking its record fragments," said Comscore senior media analyst Paul Dergaby.
Estimated budget sales from Friday to Sunday in United States and Canadian theaters, according to Comscore. When available, it also includes international numbers from Friday to Sunday. Latest home figures will be released on Monday.
1. Ralph breaks the Internet, $ 55.7 million ($ 41.5 million international).
2. Creed II, $ 35.3 million.
3. Dr. Seuss & The Grinch, $ 30.2 million ($ 7.6 million international).
4. Fantasy beasts: Grindelwald's crimes, $ 29.7 million ($ 83.7 million international).
5. Bohemia Rhapsody, $ 13.9 million ($ 38 million international).
6. An immediate family of $ 12.5 million.
7. Robin Hood, $ 9.1 million ($ 8.7 million international).
8. Widows, $ 8 million.
9. Green Paper for $ 5.4 million.
10. Star Born, $ 3 million ($ 3.5 million international).
Estimates of estimated sales from Friday to Sunday in international theaters (except USA and Canada), according to Comscore:
1. Fantastic Beasts: Grindelwald Crimes, $ 83.7 million.
2. Ralph breaks the Internet, $ 41.5 million.
3. Bohemia Rhapsody, $ 38 million.
4. Fresh fish, 25.1 million dollars.
5. Venom, $ 21.3 million.
6. Johnny English strikes again, 12.2 million dollars.
7. Superlopez, $ 10.2 million.
8. Robin Hood, $ 8.7 million.
9. Dr. Seuss & The. Grinch, $ 7.6 million.
10. Unstoppable, $ 6.3 million.
Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a Comcast Corp unit; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are Sony Corp's units; Paramount Viacom Inc is owned; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by Walt Disney Co; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are property of 21st Century Fox; Warner Bros and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc; MGM, among others, is Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn, among others. Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.