Ralph Breaks the Internet Is A Repeat Winner At The Box Office

It's the weekend after Thanksgiving and there's not much else to say about the Box Office winners this time around.

Most of the movies that did well last week have repeated their Box Office success for a second weekend in a row.

As reported by Box Office Pro, the winner of this weekend's Box Office is none other than Disney's 'Ralph Breaks the Internet'.

The movie earned a nice $25.8 million in its second weekend. This is a drop of 54% as the movie received $56.2 million last week.

Since it opened 12 days ago, Ralph Breaks the Internet has made over $119.3 million in North America and over $207 million around the world. The movie will roll out in more countries later this month so expect this number to rise.

Second place this weekend belonged to the animated Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch movie. It earned $17.7 million in its fourth weekend and has made $268.3 million worldwide so far.

In third place this weekend was Creed II taking in $16.8 million in its second weekend at the Box Office.

In North America, the movie's tally is now $81.1 million and it's earning more money at a faster pace than the first Creed movie which came out in 2015.

The only wide new release movie this week is the horror movie called The Possession of Hannah Grace.

It only earned a measly $6.5 million in its opening weekend. The movie has received terrible reviews from both critics and average movie goers so it's unlikely to earn much more money in the near future.

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