“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” once again topped the box-office this weekend, taking in $33.7 million in its third weekend and pushing its domestic total to $450.7 million and worldwide total to $918.7 million.
That’s domestically behind both “The Last Jedi” ($517.2M) and “The Force Awakens” ($742.2M) at the same point of release, but not that far and certainly a welcome turn around of fortune for Lucasfilm after the disappointment of “Solo”.
“Jumanji: The Next Level” was second with $26.5 million for a domestic total of $236.2 million and a worldwide total of $610.2 million. “Little Women” was next with $13.5 million and a domestic total of $60 million, while “The Grudge” was fourth with $11.3 million domestically along with a famously terrible F CinemaScore.
“Frozen II” fell to fifth with a further $11.3 million, and the film has now become the highest-grossing animated release of all time worldwide with $1.325 billion.
Source: Box-Office Mojo