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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Coco Tops the Box Office Weekend as Top Six Remains Unchanged

The musical animation “Coco” dropped from its debut gross by 48%. However, it maintains the top position in its second box office week with $26 million in the US. Coco’s total gross income amounts to $108 million. The international box office weekend for the movie is around $69 million in 33 markets.

Warner Bros film, Justice League, takes the number two position with a weekend gross of $16.5 million bringing the total gross to $197 million. Justice League earned $35.7 million from international markets. Its performance comes as a surprise to a lot of people after the movie was heavily criticized.

Lionsgate Films, Wonder maintains the third position after earning $12.5 million which is more than what some top real money Australian online casinos make per year. The total gross now amounts to $88 million. Wonder’s worldwide earnings are $100 million in three weeks. Meanwhile, Thor: Ragnarok is a non-mover at number 4 with a weekend gross $9.6 million. Buena Vista’s action movie tops worldwide earnings with $816 million amounting to $291 million domestically and $525 million from foreign markets.

Paramount’s comedy Daddy’s Home 2 concludes the top 5 of Box Office Weekend of 1-3 December 2017 with $7.5 million. Daddy’s Home 2 worldwide earnings amount to $116 million, it earned $82 million in the US and $34 million from international markets.

Murder on the Orient Express remains in the sixth place after it bagged a weekend gross of $6.7 million. The Fox’s thriller total domestic and foreign earning are at $84.7 million and $152.7 million respectively bringing worldwide income to $237 million.

Holiday movies and themed real money casino games at Golden Riviera Casino are always popular around the holidays. Comedy/ drama “Lady Bird” is the biggest mover into the top ten from number 11 to number 7 with $ 4.54 million gross income. Meanwhile, the film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” climbed up the chart from 10th to 8th position by scooping $4.53 million. Sony’s film “The Star and STX’s comedy “A Bad Moms Christmas are number 9 and number 10 with $4 and $3.8 million respectively.


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