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Coco keeps top spot before Star Wars hits

11 Décembre 2017

Again facing no competition from a new, wide release, "Coco" cruises to a third consecutive victory at the United States weekend box office. Disney estimates Sunday that "Coco" added $18.3 million, bringing its domestic total to $135.5 million. Warner Bros. and DC's "Justice League" took second place with $9.6 million and Lionsgate's sleeper hit "Wonder", which has now passed $100 million, placed third with $8.5 million.

James Franco's "The Disaster Artist" jumped to fourth place in its second weekend expansion with $6.4 million, and "Thor: Ragnarok" rounded out the top five.

The new release with the highest theatre count (2,161) was Broad Green comedy Just Getting Started, which was nonetheless just able to sneak into the top ten with a lower-than-expected $3.1 million. Major studios have held off from releasing new movies since the Thanksgiving holiday, but "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is ready to blast through the top of the chart when it opens on December 14. With $3.5 million from this weekend, Lady Bird has netted $22.3 million.

The darkly comedic "I, Tonya" arrived in four theaters and collected a solid $245,602.

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The Guillermo del Toro-directed romantic fantasy The Shape of Water expanded to 41 theaters in its second weekend and earned $1.1 million.

The Winston Churchill film Darkest Hour and the summer romance film Call Me By Your Name also continue to thrive in more limited releases as well. Darkest Hour, which stars Gary Oldman as Churchill, earned $777,000 from 53 locations, and Call Me By Your Name, with Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, took in $291,100 from nine theaters.

He added: "It's great time for those films ahead of the box-office Death Star that is Star Wars". "The Disaster Artist", a well-reviewed movie about a movie, stars James Franco, Dave Franco, and Seth Rogen. Where available, the latest worldwide numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included.

Coco keeps top spot before Star Wars hits