Coco Repeats in First with the Top Five Repeating the Weekend
Coco again ruled the box office taking first place with an estimated $26.1 million to bring its total domestically to $108.7 million after two weeks. The film has also earned $171.3 million at the foreign box office for a worldwide total of $280.0 million. Coco‘s drop was about 48.6% which was less than expected and shows a good sign as far as the response to the film.
Justice League repeated in second place adding $16.5 million to its domestic total and $35.7 million from 66 markets to its foreign total. The film has earned $197.3 million domestically and $370.1 million at the foreign box office for a worldwide total of $567.4 million.
In third place was Wonder which added $12.5 million to its domestic total bringing that to $88.0 million. Worldwide the film has now earned $100.2 million.
Thor: Ragnarok took fourth place adding $9.7 million to its domestic total bringing that to $291.4 million. Worldwide the film has earned $816.4 million. The film is now just behind 2002’s Spider-Man which earned $821.7 million and the film will likely pass Wonder Woman‘s worldwide total which is $821.76 million.
Rounding out the top five was Daddy’s Home 2 which added $7.5 million to its total bringing it to $82.8 million. Worldwide the film has earned $116.8 million.
Lady Bird expanded its release moving to #7 with $4.5 million. The Disaster Artist debuted at #12 with $1.2 million. Titanic added $415,000 to its total to come in at #14 for a 20th anniversary release. The Shape of Water came in at #19 with $166,800 in limited release and Wonder Wheel was #20 with $140,555 also in limited release.
When it comes to other comic adaptations…
My Friend Dahmer brought in $190,000 from 90 theaters to bring its domestic total to $939,294. It was #21 for the weekend.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle crossed the $100 million mark domestically coming in at #28 and adding $65,300 to its domestic total. It has now earned $100.1 million domestically, $294.3 million at the foreign box office and $394.3 million worldwide.
We’ll be back in an hour for a deeper dive into this year’s comic film adaptations.