Big Al Weekend Movie Box Office Wrap-Up: Spider-Man Takes the Top Spot!

Everyone’s spidey senses were saying that “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” was going to be a smash hit – and it was, raking in $35-point-four million for its debut weekend. That’s the best December opening ever for an animated film, so it should do pretty well in the coming holiday weeks.

 

“The Mule” also had a successful debut, taking the second spot this weekend and bumping “The Grinch” down to the third spot. “Ralph Breaks The Internet” went from number one to number four this weekend, making a little more than half of what it did last week with $9-point-six million.

Just behind “Ralph” is “Mortal Engines” taking the fifth spot for its debut, making $7-point-five million. Other than that, the top 10 is pretty similar, except for “Creed II” and “Fantastic Beasts,” which made less this time around. “Creed II” went from the third to sixth spot, and “Fantastic Beasts” is on its way out in the ninth spot.

Here’s this weekend’s top 10 movies:

  1. “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” – $35.4 million
  2. “The Mule” – $17.2 million
  3. “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” – $11.6 million
  4. “Ralph Breaks The Internet” – $9.6 million
  5. “Mortal Engines” – $7.5 million
  6. “Creed II” – $5.4 million
  7. “Bohemian Rhapsody” – $4.1 million
  8. “Instant Family” – $3.7 million
  9. “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald” – $3.7 million
  10. “Green Book” – $2.8 million

Source: Hollywood Reporter

 

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