Weekend box office: 'Ralph' retains title against little competition
Weekend box office numbers November 30 - December 2, 2018
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) With Sony’s horror film “The Possession of Hannah Grace” as the weekend’s only new wide release there was little doubt that “Ralph Breaks the Internet” would finish Sunday in first place.
Ralph did just that as he and his animated cohorts fell 54 percent from last weekend’s numbers with a three-day total of $25.75 million. The North America total is $119 million. Internationally the film has also earned $87 million for a worldwide total of $206 million.
In a minor upset, “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” will come in second place with $17.7 million. Now in its fourth week in release, the animated holiday tale has earned $203 million domestically and $268 million worldwide.
“Creed II” finished its second weekend with $16.8 million, pushing its domestic total to $81 million. That’s still trending ahead of “Creed,” which had around $65 million after its second weekend. “Creed” was made for $35 million and “Creed II” is reported to have cost $50 million.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” will finish Sunday with a weekend total of $11.2 million. That pushes the domestic total to $134 million. Internationally the film has performed remarkably well and finishes Sunday with a three-wee total of #343.8 million. The worldwide total is $478 million.
Fifth place goes to “Bohemian Rhapsody” with $8.1 million. That pushes its domestic total to $164 million and its worldwide numbers to $493 million.
“The Possession of Hannah Grace” finished in seventh place with $6.5 million.