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Box Office: December 7-9, 2018: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET, THE GRINCH, CREED II, & More

Sarah Silverman Ralph Breaks the Internet

Box Office December 7-9, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet was Number One at the box office over the weekend for the third week in a row with $16.1 Million for $140.8 Million so far. Worldwide, Ralph Breaks the Internet has made over $258.1 Million.

The Grinch was Second for the second week in a row with $15.1 Million for $223.4 Million so far. Worldwide, The Grinch has made over $322.3 Million.

Creed 2 was Third for the second week in a row with $10.3 Million.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald was Fourth for the third week in a row with $6.8 Million for $145.2 Million so far. Worldwide, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has made over $568.5 Million.

Bohemian Rhapsody was Fifth for the second week in a row with $6 Million for $173.5 Million so far. Worldwide, Bohemian Rhapsody has made over $596.5 Million.

Instant Family, Green Book, Robin Hood, The Possession of Hannah Grace, and Widows rounded out the Top Ten respectively.

Next week sees the release of: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Mortal Engines, The Mule, The House That Jack Built, If Beale Street Could Talk, and a plethora of other mainstream and independent films. Find my predictions on these releases in the weekly The Bottom Line column. A preview: Ralph Breaks the Internet will be Number One at the box office for the third weekend.

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