Weekend U.S. Box Office November 23-25, 2018

What a weekend this was at the U.S. box office. ‘Ralph’ managed to get top spot, but had serious competition against it with ‘Grinch’ still out and ‘Fantastic Beasts’. Then their was ‘Creed II’ that also did great, even though it wasn’t first. Which doesn’t look that bad when you account for the fact that it made more than its first entry by around 6 million and was released to a smaller amount of movie theaters around the States.

However, what everybody will be talking about is the weak link of the pack that was as expected the new ‘Robin Hood’. The film that wanted to bamboozle audiences into thinking it was the hip and fresh reboot when it was anything other that.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of November 23-25 2018

1. Ralph Breaks the Internet

Weekend: $56.2M Total: $84.8M   Weeks: 1

2. Creed II

Weekend: $35.6M Total: $56.0M   Weeks: 1

3. The Grinch

Weekend: $30.4M Total: $180.5M Weeks: 3

4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Weekend: $29.4M Total: $116.6M Weeks: 2

5. Bohemian Rhapsody

Weekend: $14.0M Total: $152.2M Weeks: 4

6. Instant Family

Weekend: $12.3M Total: $35.6M Weeks: 2

7. Robin Hood

Weekend: $9.2M Total: $14.3M Weeks: 1

8. Widows

Weekend: $8.2M Total: $25.9M Weeks: 2

9. Green Book

Weekend: $5.5M Total: $7.9M Weeks: 2

10. A Star Is Born

Weekend: $3.0M Total: $191.0M Weeks: 8

Please note: All numbers are in USD