“Ralph Breaks the Internet” topped the box office for second time

Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” stays at number one at the box office with an estimated $25.7 million on its second weekend.

Domestically, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” grossed over $120 million. While internationally, the film added $33.7 with totals $87.7 million and grossed over $207 million worldwide.

Universal and Illumination’s “The Grinch” took the runner-up position with an estimated $17.7 million on its fourth weekend with total $203 million domestically. Internationally, “The Grinch” added 20 markets this weekend for 53 total marketplaces now in play with an estimated $27.1 million.

MGM’s “Creed II” finished at number three on our list with an estimated $16.8 million on its second weekend with total grossed over $81 million. Internationally, “Creed II” earned $10 million from 29 markets with total grossed over $11 million.

Warner Bros’s “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” landed in number four on our list with an estimated $11.2 million on its third week released. The film grossed over $135 million under the budget $200 million. Internationally, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” topped global box office with an estimated $40.2 million with totals $520 million worldwide.

Finished at number five, Fox’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” earned $8.1 million on its five weeks released. Domestically, “Bohemian Rhapsody” has already grossed over $165 million. The film is rocking audiences internationally as well, adding an additional $37 million this weekend from 72 markets for an overseas total that now tops $375 million and a global over $539 million.

[maxbutton id=”1″ ]

Newcomer, Screen Gems’s R-rated horror “The Possession of Hannah Grace” took the number seven on its weekend debut with an estimated $6.5 million from 2,065 locations. Internationally, “The Possession of Hannah Grace” only earned $4.1 million in 17 markets, with total grossed $10.6 million worldwide.

Add Comment