Ralph Breaks The Internet Still Champ At The US Box Office

Ralph Breaks The Internet

by James White |
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If last week's Stateside box office could be described as quiet, this week's could simply be represented by a wind whipping through a deserted town. Aside from a few films opening in strictly limited platform fashion and a Schindler's List re-release, no new movies were unleashed on the public. Which meant Ralph Breaks The Internet spent a third week on top of the charts.

In fact, the top six all stayed in place. Ralph, the latest Disney animated success, added a moderate $16.1 million for a running domestic total of $140.8 million. It kept ahead of The Grinch, squatting in second on $15.1 million. And Creed II kept its feet planted, staying third with $10.3 million.

At fourth, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald earned $6.8 million, while Bohemian Rhapsody rocked fifth, taking home $6 million. Instant Family hung on to its place at sixth, bringing in $5.6 million.

Finally, at seventh, a change, as Green Book boosted its screen count and jumped from 10th place with $3.9 million. It's back to station-keeping at eighth, where Robin Hood nabbed $3.5 million and horror movie The Possession Of Hannah Grace slipped from seventh to ninth via $3.17 million. Finally, Widows fell one place, wrapping up the top 10 with $3.1 million.

Next week should finally shake things up with the arrival of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and Mortal Engines.

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