'Beauty and the Beast' Remains Number One At The Box Office Once Again

It looks like Beauty and the Beast is not ready to give up the number one spot at the global box office.

It has become one of the biggest films this year and not even The Boss Baby or Ghost In The Shell could stop it from reigning supreme.

"Disney's 'Beauty And The Beast' adds another $114 million in its third weekend to push its global total to massive $876.3 million," according to comScore's Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

"On the animated family film side of the ledger, Fox's 'The Boss Baby' over-performed to the tune of $85.2 million in its debut weekend worldwide in 35 territories."

The Boss Baby did gain some traction domestically, but came up short for the worldwide numbers.

Three weeks in a row and not another film can seem to stop the excessive success of the film.

With new releases coming this week, there are a few new contenders that could possibly knock the film off of its top spot.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 2, are below.

  1. Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $114.0M
  2. Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $85.2M
  3. Ghost In The Shell - Paramount Pictures - $59.1M
  4. Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $43.4M
  5. Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $22.6M
  6. Devotion Of Suspect X, The - Multiple - $22.5M
  7. Smurfs: The Lost Village - Sony - $15.1M
  8. Life - Sony - $11.9M
  9. Logan - 20th Century Fox - $11.4M
  10. Extraordinary Mission - Multiple Chinese Distributors - $8.2M
  11. Get Out - Universal - $8.1M
  12. Missing, The - Multiple Chinese Distributors - $6.2M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 2, are below.

  1. Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $49.0M
  2. Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $47.5M
  3. Ghost In The Shell - Paramount - $19.0M
  4. Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $14.5M
  5. Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $8.8M
  6. Logan - 20th Century Fox - $6.2M
  7. Get Out - Universal - $5.8M
  8. Life - Sony - $5.6M
  9. Chips - Warner Bros. - $4.1M
  10. Zookeeper's Wife, The - Focus Features - $3.3M
  11. Shack, The - Lionsgate - $2.2M
  12. Hidden Figures - 20th Century Fox - $0.4M