Encanto earns $12 million in second week

No new competition to break its rhythm, Disney’s Encanto held on to the top spot at the domestic box office for the second consecutive week, grossing an additional $12.3 million. The musical fantasy cartoon has earned $57.6 million domestically, and its 54% drop is in line with other Thanksgiving weekend releases from the Mouse House.

Encanto, which contains original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda—A culmination of a particularly prolific year for him — will arrive on Disney+’s streaming service 30 days after its release in theaters. Pandemic isn’t like Disney animated movies; The last, Raya and the last dragon, launches daily in cinemas and for premium access on Disney+. It was successful with a total of $130 million in worldwide sales. More alarmingly, the two most recent Disney/Pixar films—soul and Luca—Not shown in US cinemas.

Hold second place, Ghostbusters: Afterlife earned an additional $10.3 million in its third weekend, bringing its domestic total to just over $100 million. The movie has done extremely well since then $44 million surprise launch. Directed by an Oscar nominee Jason Reitman and features a assembled cast that includes newcomers as well as veterans of the franchise, Kingdom Come Designed as a reboot of the iconic comedy series.

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Manager Ridley Scottdrama leaning towards adults Gucci house came in at number three, with another $6.77 million in its second weekend. The film’s domestic gross is now $33 million, more than triple what Scott’s other 2021 releases—Last match—Included its domestic activity with earlier this year. Scott blames millennials for that movie financial inefficiencies, and although Gucci house has received more scrutiny, it is positioned as a potential Oscar player, thanks to a cast that includes Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons and Salma Hayek. However, it still has a long way to go before it recovers its reported $75 million budget.


Marvel’s the eternal grossed an additional $3.8 million in its five-day opening weekend, bringing the film’s domestic total to $156 million. That’s impressive enough for the pandemic (and for #4 on this list), but a far cry from what any movie with the Marvel logo is capable of making today, especially those with the Marvel logo. The film is part of the record-breaking Marvel. Cinematic universe. But mixed reviews and lack of familiarity with the source material may play a role in the eternal‘underperforming at the box office. The rest has been taken care of by the pandemic, which has also affected other MCU titles like Black Widow and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Breaking into the top 5 this weekend is a surprising newcomer — based on faith Christmas with the Chosen: The Messengers. The Fathom Events release comes out midweek and is predicted to make around $3.5 million Friday through Sunday, good enough for a spot in the top five.

Next weekend we will release Steven Spielberg‘NS enthusiastically reviewed the adaptation of West story, will be showing exclusively in theaters after a one-year delay due to the pandemic.

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