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    Thanksgiving weekend

    Ralph Breaks The Internet $55.7M/$84.5M
    Creed II $35.3M/$55.8M
    The Grinch $30.2M/$180.4M
    Fantastic Beasts $29.7M/$117.1M
    Bohemian Rhapsody $13.9M/$152M
    Instant Family $12.5M/$35.8M
    Robin Hood $9.1M/$14.2M
    Widows $8M/$25.6M
    Green Book $5.4M/$7.8M

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    Boy Erased expanded into 273 more theaters, making $1,158,000. The Front Runner expanded into 785 more theaters, making a measly $630,000, while At Eternity’s Gate expanded into 27 more theaters, making $211,728. The Favourite opened in 4 theaters with a massive $420,000, while the Cannes Palme d’Or winner and Japanese Best Foreign Language Film contender Shoplifters opened in 5 theaters with $88,000.

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    Netflix hasn’t released official grosses for Roma’s limited theatrical run, but it’s being estimated that it’s made about $200,000 so far. https://deadline.com/2018/11/netflix-roma-opening-weekend-box-office-1202508491/

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    Friday Dailies
    1. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $5.74 million
    2. Creed II – $4.95 million
    3. The Grinch – $3.89 million
    4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $3.1 million
    5. The Possession of Hannah Grace – $2.56 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $25.75 million
    2. The Grinch – $17.73 million
    3. Creed II – $16.83 million
    4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $11.2 million
    5. Bohemian Rhapsody – $8.1 million

    Awardsfan1990
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    In new releases, The Possession Of Hannah Grace opened at #7 with $6.5 million. Meanwhile, The Favourite expanded into 30 more theaters and took in $1,105,000, for an impressive #13 spot. Shoplifters expanded into 9 more theaters and took in $106,000. Mirai opened in 69 theaters and took in $62,497, while Anna And The Apocalypse opened in 5 theaters and took in $50,163.

    Meanwhile, Crazy Rich Asians finally opened in China, and bombed hard, taking in about $1 million. https://variety.com/2018/film/asia/crazy-rich-asians-flops-in-china-box-office-debut-1203071333/

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    So Mirai approached in a weekend-plus (including a wide Thursday, not mentioned above) the entire domestic run total of The Breadwinner, albeit with a wider release.  I am going to count that as a win.

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    I didn’t know Mirai opened on Thursday.

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $3.52 million
    2. The Grinch – $3.33 million
    3. Creed II – $2.83 million
    4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $1.78 million
    5. Bohemian Rhapsody – $1.65 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $16.14 million
    2. The Grinch – $15.17 million
    3. Creed II – $10.32 million
    4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – $6.8 million
    5. Bohemian Rhapsody – $6 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – $12.6 million
    2. The Mule – $5.85 million
    3. Mortal Engines – $2.82 million
    4. The Grinch – $2.77 million
    5. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $2.11 million

    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – $35.4 million
    2. The Mule – $17.21 million
    3. The Grinch – $11.58 million
    4. Ralph Breaks the Internet – $9.59 million
    5. Mortal Engines – $7.5 million

    vinny
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    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – $35.4 million

    I was dragged to go see this so I’m part of this one lol. Sidenote, I kinda hated it

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    A Star is Born grossed an estimated $1.02M this weekend. Total gross stands at $199.16M domestic

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    Once Upon A Deadpool came in at #11 with $2,600,000. The Favourite came in at #12 with $2,570,000 after expanding into 348 more theaters. Mary Queen Of Scots expanded into 62 more theaters and took in $1,022,000, Vox Lux expanded into 319 more theaters and took in $244,000, and Ben Is Back expanded into 25 more theaters and took in $145,543.

    In new releases, If Beale Street Could Talk opened in 4 theaters and took in $219,174, The House That Jack Built (which I will NOT see because I refuse to support torture porn, especially by a racist, anti-Semitic pervert like Lars Von Trier) and took in a measly $40,436 from 33 theaters. Meanwhile, the Lebanese Best Foreign Language Film contender Capernaum opened in only 3 theaters, but managed to take in $27,588.

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