Ralph Breaks The Internet Battles With Fantastic Beasts For The Box Office Title
The weekend global box office numbers have been announced, which saw a battle between Disney’s new animated movie, Ralph Breaks The Internet and Warner Bros Fantastic Beasts, with Disney topping the US charts. Though its worth noting that the movie didn’t open in all regions such as the UK.
Comscore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Warner Bros.’ ‘Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald’ tops the global chart with $113.35 million in 81 territories including North America for a worldwide cume to date of $439.7 million. Notably, Disney’s ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’ led the way at the North American box office taking in $55.7 million and when combined with the international territories earned $97.172 million this weekend for a global total to date of $125.972 million.”
Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody continues to bring in audiences along with Widows. However, Disney’s other big holiday movie, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms struggled to remain on the charts.
Venom continues to pull in money for Sony, soaring past a total over $800 million, which puts it ahead of other superhero movies like Wonder Woman.
The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, November 25, are below.
- Fantastic Beasts: Crimes Of Grindelwald – Warner Bros. – $113.3M
- Ralph Breaks The Internet – Disney – $97.2M
- Bohemian Rhapsody – 20th Century Fox – $51.9M
- Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Universal – $37.8M
- Creed II – MGM – $35.3M
- Cool Fish, A – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $25.2M
- Venom – Sony – $22.1M
- Robin Hood – Multiple – $17.8M
- Widows – 20th Century Fox – $12.6M
- Instant Family – Paramount Pictures – $12.5M
- Johnny English Strikes Again – Universal – $12.2M
- Superlopez – Disney – $10.2M
The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, November 25, are below.
- Ralph Breaks The Internet – Disney – $55.7M
- Creed II – MGM – $35.3M
- Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Universal – $30.2M
- Fantastic Beasts: Crimes Of Grindelwald – Warner Bros. – $29.6M
- Bohemian Rhapsody – 20th Century Fox – $13.9M
- Instant Family – Paramount – $12.5M
- Robin Hood – Lionsgate – $9.1M
- Widows – 20th Century Fox – $8.0M
- Green Book – Universal – $5.4M
- Star Is Born, A – Warner Bros. – $3.0M
- Nutcracker And The Four Realms, The – Disney – $2.7M
- Boy Erased – Focus Features – $1.2M
What did you see this past weekend?