AQUAMAN continues to splash a second week at the Box Office, taking $52.1 million for Warner Bros. from 4,125 theatres. Over two weeks it has made $189.3 million domestically.
In second is MARY POPPINS RETURNS with $32 million from 4,090 theatres for Disney, a two-week tally of $102.9 million gross in North America.
BUMBLEBEE lands in third with $20.6 million for Paramount Pictures from 3,550 theatres, a two-week total of $66.9 million in these parts.
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE (which like Bumblebee stars Hailee Steinfeld also), is in fourth with $19.3 million from 3,813 theatres for Sony Pictures. $104.6 million is its total in its second week of release.
VICE is in sixth with $8.2 million from 2,442 theatres for Annapurna Pictures/eOne Films. Since its Christmas Day release, it has made $18.1 million. It gets 64% on the Tomatometer and a C+ CinemaScore.
HOLMES & WATSON opens in seventh with $7.6 million from 2,776 theatres for Sony Pictures. It gets 9% on the Tomatometer and a D+ CinemaScore.
THE GRINCH rounds things out in the Top Ten with $4.9 million for Universal Pictures, a healthy total $266.2 million over eight weeks.
SPIDERMAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE has has Moviegoers ‘into’ it at the pre-Holiday Office this weekend with $36 million from 3,813 theatres for Sony Pictures. The Animated Feature including the voices of Chris Pine, Jake Johnson and Hailee Steinfeld, comes with great acclaim, earning 97% on the Tomatometer and a rare A+ CinemaScore. Nothing still beats the Franchise’s best opening in 2007 with Spider-Man 3.
Clint Eastwood‘s latest, THE MULE, opens in second spot with $17.8 million from 2,588 theatres for Warner Bros. The Drama passes with 64% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore.
In third is THE GRINCH with $12.5 million for Universal Pictures. Its six-week total takes it to $240 million domestically.
MORTAL ENGINES, brought to us by the same people behind Lord of the Rings, opens in fifth for Universal Pictures with $7.5 million from 3,103 theatres. It gets 26% on the Tomatometer and a B- CinemaScore.
ONCE UPON A DEADPOOL, a PG-13 Re-Cut of DEADPOOL 2 with new Holiday-themed scenes, rounds-out the Top Ten with $2.6 million from 1,566 theatres for 20th Century Fox. It gets 52% on the Tomatometer.
It’s a fight to the finish this weekend with RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET expected to take top spot a third straight weekend at the Box Office. The Sequel to Wreck-It Ralph is on target to take $15.4 million from 3,795 theatres for Disney, a total $140 million grossed to date domestically.
THE GRINCH continues to show amazing resiliency, to take $15.3 million from 3,841 theatres for Universal Pictures, getting edged-out oh so narrowly. Over five weeks it has made $223 million in North America.
CREED II settles for third with $9.7 million, a total $95.8 million made over three weeks for Warner Bros.
Oscar Contender GREEN BOOK is in seventh with $3.7 million for Universal Pictures, from 1,181 theatres, a total $19.8 million made over four weeks.
Rounding-out the Top Ten is WIDOWS with $3 million for 20th Century Fox, a total $38 million made over four weeks.
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET continues to run the game at the Box Office with a decisive $25.1 million from 4,017 theatres in its second week out for Disney. In total it has grossed $118.6 million over two weeks.
In second is THE GRINCH with $16.8 million from 3,924 theatres for Universal Pictures. Over four weeks, it has made $202.5 million.
In third is CREED II with $16.4 million for Warner Bros., a total $80.7 million in two weeks domestically.
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY continues to go strong in fifth with $7.9 million, now in its fifth week out, a total $164.2 million for 20th Century Fox.
THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE debuts in seventh with $6.1 million for Sony Pictures. It gets 19% from Critics on the Tomatometer and a C- CinemaScore.
Rounding-out the Top Ten is Oscar Contender, GREEN BOOK with $4.1 million from 1,065 theatres for Universal Pictures. It has made $14.2 across North American over two weeks.
First the Internet, now the Box Office! RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET has a stellar U.S. Thanksgiving weekend opening for Disney with $54.8 million, besting its 2012 Predecessor which debuted with $49 million. It plays in 4,017 theatres and gets 86% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore.
In second is CREED II with $36 million from 3,442 theatres for Warner Bros. It gets an A CinemaScore and 82% on the Tomatometer. This also bests 2015’s CREED which opened with $29.3 million.
FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD slips to second spot this weekend with $29 million from 4,163 theatres for Warner Bros.
THE GRINCH lands in fourth with $28.5 million for Universal Pictures, a three-week tally of $178.8 million domestically.
GREEN BOOK, which won the People’s Choice Award at TIFF ’18, opens in ninth spot with $5.2 million from 1,063 theatres for Focus Features/Universal Pictures.
A STAR IS BORN rounds-out the Top Ten with $2.9 million for Warner Bros., bringing its North American run to $191 million.
Just like its 2016 Predecessor, FANTASTIC BEASTS AND THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD debuts atop the Box Office with $63.5 million from 4,163 theatres for Warner Bros. It gets only 40% on the Tomatometer and a B+ CinemaScore, while that last Film in the Franchise opened with $74.4 million, besting this new instalment.
THE GRINCH continues to be highly-bankable for Universal Pictures, slipping to second spot this weekend with an stellar $38.2 million. Its two-week tally comes to $126.5 million domestically.
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY lands in third with $15.5 million for 20th Century Fox, a total $127.6 million in its third week out.
In fourth is new release INSTANT FAMILY starring Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne with $13 million from 3,286 theatres for Paramount Pictures. It gets both a 80% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore, which might give it some longevity heading into U.S. Thanksgiving.
WIDOWS opens in fifth with $11.9 million for 20th Century Fox from 2,803 theatres. The Film from Oscar-winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen, gets an outstanding 91% on the Tomatometer, but oddly only a B CinemaScore.
NOBODY’S FOOL rounds-out the Top Ten with $2.1 million, a total $28.7 million it its domestic run for Paramount Pictures.
THE GRINCH definitely stole the Box Office! The latest incarnation of the Holiday Classic debuts atop the Box Office with a stellar $66.2 million from 4,141 theatres for Universal Pictures. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role, the Film gets 54% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore from Audiences.
In second is last week’s champ BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY with $30 million from 4,000 theatres for 20th Century Fox. Over two weeks it has grossed just shy of $100 million in North America.
Third spot goes to OVERLORD which gets $10.1 million from 2,859 theatres for Paramount Pictures. The R-rated Horror gets 81% on the Tomatometer winning several raves including the highest endorsement with Stephen King even Tweeting about it. Audiences gave it a B CinemaScore.
THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB debuts in fourth with $8.8 million for Sony Pictures, getting 44% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore. Its Predecessor, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO fared a similar fate in returns opening with $12.7 million back in 2011, although reviews for the Stieg Larsson Adaptation were much strong at 86% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore.
A STAR IS BORN is sixth with $8 million for Warner Bros., edging ever closer to that $200 million-mark.
THE HATE U GIVE rounds-out the Top Ten with $1.9 million for 20th Century Fox, a six week tally of $26.5 million domestically.
Universal Pictures Canada x Mr. Will want to give Readers in Toronto, Vancouver + Montreal a chance to see DR. SEUSS’ THE GRINCH on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.
Each year at Christmas they disrupt his tranquil solitude with their increasingly bigger, brighter and louder celebrations. When the Whos declare they are going to make Christmas three times bigger this year, the Grinch realizes there is only one way for him to gain some peace and quiet: he must steal Christmas. To do so, he decides he will pose as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, even going so far as to trap a lackadaisical misfit reindeer to pull his sleigh.
Meanwhile, down in Who-ville, Cindy-Lou Who—a young girl overflowing with holiday cheer—plots with her gang of friends to trap Santa Claus as he makes his Christmas Eve rounds so that she can thank him for help for her overworked single mother. As Christmas approaches, however, her good-natured scheme threatens to collide with the Grinch’s more nefarious one. Will Cindy-Lou achieve her goal of finally meeting Santa Claus? Will the Grinch succeed in silencing the Whos’ holiday cheer once and for all?
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Universal Pictures Canada release DR. SEUSS’ THE GRINCHFriday, November 9, 2018.