Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and the “Creed” sequel enjoyed a rich turn out at the box-office on Friday,
the animated sequel pulling in $21.7 million on Friday night putting it on target to beat estimates and nab an $84 million five-day holiday weekend haul.
That would make it the second biggest Thanksgiving weekend opening ever, behind only “Frozen” at $93.6 million. The “Creed” follow-up is also headed for glory, taking in $14 million on Friday and headed toward a $56.5 million Thanksgiving box-office take.
With those shining stars however, there’s those left behind – that includes the Taron Egerton-led “Robin Hood” which pulled in $3.4 million on Friday, not even making the Top 5, and is expected to end up below $14 million for its opening weekend – not good for a film with a $100 million budget.
Awards hopeful “Green Book” expanded wide to a tepid $2 million on Friday night and head for a soft $7.3 million five-day-weekend despite hard promotion.
Source: Box-Office Mojo