‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ wins holiday box office

Ralph is back in “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and moviegoers took notice, making it the top film at this weekend’s box office. The Disney animated sequel took in an impressive $56M over the weekend, hauling in more than $84M over the five-day holiday weekend.

Another sequel, “Creed II,” finished in second place with a $35.5M take over the weekend. Over the complete, five-day weekend, the flick brought in nearly $59M.

Elsewhere, this weekend’s other big release, “Robin Hood,” starring Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx absolutely bombed. It only managed to score $9M over the weekend, with a paltry $14.1M over the five-day holiday weekend. It finished the weekend’s box office in an embarrassing seventh place.

Ralph should keep a tight grip on next weekend’s box office and cause more havoc as nothing noteworthy opens next weekend.

 

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