Disney‘s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” topped the weekend box office with a massive $84 million domestically in its first five days opening, beat another newcomers “Creed II” and “Robin Hood” (2018). “Ralph Breaks the Internet” also set a record, became the second largest Thanksgiving five-day opening of all-time behind “Moana” that was released in 2016.
“Ralph Breaks the Internet” received positif reviews from critics, earned “A-” in CinemaScore, 86% on Rotten Tomatoes and 71/100 on MetaScore. In two days opening Wednesday and Thursday, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” earned $29 million, and three days opening weekend earned $55 million with total gross $84 million.
Internationally, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” opening in 18 markets and delivers with an estimated $41 million, and total gross $125 million worldwide. “Ralph Breaks the Internet” will expand the opening in another big countries like Spain, Japan, Australia, Brazil, South Korea, Germany and French.
MGM’s “Creed II” took the second spot with an estimated $55 million from 3,441 locations and surpassed its original film “Creed” that was release in 2015 which earned $46 million on its debut.
Universal’s “The Grinch” finished at number three on our list with an estimated $30 million on its third weeks. “The Grinch” already grossed over $180 million domestically and grossed $215 worldwide.
Warner Bros’ “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” landed at number four with an estimated $29 million and grossed over $117 million domestically. Internationally, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” delivered $83 million and grossed over $400 million worldwide.
Fox’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” finished at number five in our list this weekend with an estimated $19 million and grossed $152 million domestically and already grossed over $472 million worldwide.
Newcomer, Summit’s “Robin Hood” (2018) delivers disappointed result at the box office, with budget around $100 million, the film only grossed $14 million debut. One of the reasons is because this film suffered from negative reviews, received a 33 on MetaCritic and a 11% on Rotten Tomatoes. Internationally, “Robin Hood” (2018) didn’t fair much better, bringing in an estimated only $8.7 million from 33 markets.