Sunday Update: The third time’s the charm for Disney/Pixar’s Coco, which came in slightly above its Sunday estimate with $18.4 million. It becomes the first film to spend three weekends in the top spot since The Hitman’s Bodyguard in August and early September. Warner Bros.’ Justice League also slightly beat its Sunday estimate
Burbank, CA, December 5, 2017 – Warner Bros. Pictures has crossed the $5 billion mark at the global box office this year—only the second time in its illustrious history that the Studio has crossed that tremendous milestone. It is also the eighth time in the last nine years that Warner
Monday Update: It may be about the Day of the Dead, but Disney-Pixar’s Coco was anything but dead as it stayed on top for a second straight weekend with $27.5 million, above its Sunday estimate. Warner Bros.’ Justice League also slightly exceeded its Sunday estimate, earning $16.6 million to take second place —
Saturday Report: Disney/Pixar’s Coco added $6.276 million on its tenth day of release, claiming first place again as expected with no new wide releases competing in the post-Thanksgiving frame. Coco has tallied $88.85 million thus far, putting it 9 percent behind where Moana stood at the same point last year, and 39 percent ahead of The Good Dinosaur.
Monday Update: Coco is whistling a happy tune, coming in above its Sunday estimate with a confirmed $50.8 million debut. Counting the Wednesday and Thursday of the Thanksgiving holiday, the animated offering from Disney/Pixar posted a five-day opening of $72.9 million. That fell short of the top 10 Thanksgiving grosses of
Saturday Update: Disney and Pixar’s Coco took in $18.6 million on Black Friday, leading the way as Thanksgiving weekend continues to be a strong one at the domestic box office. Through three days, Coco has tallied $40.773 million — just 14 percent behind where Moana stood at the same point last year, and 28 percent ahead of The
With the latest Disney/Pixar release hitting theaters tomorrow (technically, tonight), we’re releasing our weekend forecast earlier than usual this week. (Note: several key theater counts were not yet confirmed at the time of this report’s writing.) PROS: Coco will aim to become the next original Pixar hit as fans of the
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
Monday Update: Warner Bros.’ Justice League began with a confirmed $185 million overseas weekend and $279 million global weekend. Both numbers were slightly below the estimates on Sunday, but still make the film a global smash — welcome news after its disappointing opening number domestically. This makes it the #21 highest opening
Saturday Update: Warner Bros. reports that Justice League earned an estimated $38.8 million on opening day Friday in North America, including Thursday night’s $13 million haul. By comparison, that’s 16.5 percent behind Thor: Ragnarok‘s opening two weeks ago, while marking a 40 percent drop from Suicide Squad‘s first day and 52 percent from Batman v Superman.