Disney’s animated sequel “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is reportedly headed for a five-day Thanksgiving holiday haul of $70 million – that would far exceed the $56.7 million which the first ‘Ralph’ scored when it opened in 2012.
Fandango adds that the film is outpacing the advance ticket sales of “Coco” ($72.9M) and “Moana” ($82M) which launched in the Thanksgiving weekend slots in 2017 and 2016 respectively. One film it won’t beat though is “Frozen” which launched to $93.5 million over the five-day in 2013.
Also opening this weekend is “Creed II” which is on target for a $55 million haul over the five days. The film took $3.7 million in Tuesday night previews, up on the first film by 64%. Additionally, the new “Robin Hood” is expected to only nab a five-day haul in the mid-teens.