Monday Update: Warner Bros.’ Justice League came in below Sunday’s $96 million estimate, officially finishing its opening frame with a $93.8M debut. The numbers were much better overseas, as the film began with a $185M overseas debut, for a $279M global opening. Even then, both those figures came in below the overseas/global openings for last
Warner Bros. hopes to unite DC fans this weekend with the long awaited Justice League team-up film. Meanwhile, Lionsgate hopes to parlay a highly successful young adult novel into cinematic success with Wonder, while Sony counter-programs the market with a faith-based animated nativity story in The Star. PROS: Justice League marks the latest superhero title
Weekend Domestic Grosses Update: November 10 – November 12, 2017 Title Locations Distributor Total Thor: Ragnarok 4080 Disney $57,078,306 Daddy’s Home 2 3575 Paramount $29,651,193 Murder on the Orient Express (2017) 3341 Fox $28,681,472 A Bad Moms Christmas 3615 STX Entertainment $11,468,964 Jigsaw 2651 Lionsgate $3,424,319 Tyler Perry’s Boo 2!
Update: Thor: Ragnarok opened even higher than its original estimate, with a confirmed $122.7 million debut. Meanwhile, A Bad Moms Christmas opened a bit lower than its original estimate with $16.7 million. Sunday Update: It wasn’t a “low-key” weekend for Loki, as Thor: Ragnarok opened with $121 million, by far the best opening of the
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