Encanto leads US box office in its first weekend

Encanto leads US box office in its first weekend

Animation Attraction, gives Disney, topped the US box office during its first weekend. between days 26 and 28 November, the film grossed $27 million.

in the second place, Ghostbusters: Beyond Not far behind and made $24.5 million in its second week. Last weekend the film came first.

starring Lady Gaga I adam driver, Gucci House Came in third. It was the film’s first weekend in the United States. The film grossed US$14 million.

eternal, gives Miracle, is in good standing in the rankings and finished in fourth place over the weekend. This time around, the film grossed $7.9 million — its fourth week — and grossed over $346 million at the worldwide box office.

closing the top 5, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Earned $5.2 million in its opening weekend.

Remember it was Thanksgiving weekend, an important American holiday.

Check out the top 10 box offices in US theaters below.

box office

26 November to 28 November

1

1

Attraction

box office

26 November to 28 November

$27.0

2

2

Ghostbusters: Beyond

box office

26 November to 28 November

$24.5

3

3

Gucci House

box office

26 November to 28 November

$14.2

4

4

The Eternal

box office

26 November to 28 November

$7.9

5

5

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

box office

26 November to 28 November

$5.2

6

6

Clifford – The Red Dog Giant

box office

26 November to 28 November

$4.8

7

7

King Richard: Creating Champions

box office

26 November to 28 November

$3.3

8

8

danube

box office

26 November to 28 November

$2.1

9

9

007 – no time to die

box office

26 November to 28 November

$1.7

10

10

Venom: Time of Carnage

box office

26 November to 28 November

$1.5

*Data in millions Fonte: Box Office Mojo

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About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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