“Ralph Breaks the Internet” for the third time in a row at the top of the American box-office, this time with 16.1 million dollars, according to figures from the specialized company Exhibitor Relations. At the follow-up to “Wreck-It Ralph” is still out, but on a global scale, the counter is already on 258,2 million dollars.
After a quiet weekend remained in the top 5 strictly the same as that of last week. That is largely up to the rest just before the holidays, which coincide with the release of langsverwachte movies like “Spider-Man: New Generation” or “The Return of Mary Poppins”.
“The Grinch” remains at two with 15.7 million dollars (224 million dollars in five weeks). “Creed II”, the eighth liege in the “Rocky”saga, what to expect with 10.3 million dollar fixed on place three (96,5 million dollars in three weeks).
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes or Grindelwald” follows on place four with 6.8 million dollars. The spin-off on the adventures of Harry Potter earned 145,2 million dollars in four weeks time. Biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” closes the top five with 6 million dollars (issued 173.6 million dollars in six weeks time). It is followed by “Instant Family” on six with a 5.6 million dollar. It is the first time that the same six movies the box office three weeks in a row, to plead.
There were no major newcomers this week, but “Mary Queen of Scots” experienced its debut in four cinemas. The historical drama with Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie was good for a handsome average of 50.045 dollars per screen. “Vox Lux” was released in six cinemas, the film, with Natalie Portman as a pop star spent an average 27.042 dollar. Finally appeared “Ben Is Back” with Julia Roberts in four halls, with an average of 20.243 dollar.