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& # 39; Creed II & # 39; It seems to be another great holiday winner with up to 59 million dollars, while Robin Hood & # 39; lose the bull's eye.
Ralph breaks the internet Y Credo II They are delivering one and two hits as the Thanksgiving box office advances.
The sequel to Walt Disney Animation Ralph breaks the internet according to anticipated results, it could approach $ 85 million to $ 90 million for the broker from Wednesday to Sunday, including $ 3.8 million in previews on Tuesday. In terms of its gross preview, it beat out other animated Disney Thanksgiving offers Coconut palm ($ 2.3 million) and Moana ($ 2.6 million).
The critically acclaimed follow-up of the animated photo of 2012 Break Ralph see John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman return to lead the cast of voices, while newcomers include Gal Gadot and Taraji P. Henson.
Credo II He is also celebrating at the box office on Wednesday for a five-day, $ 59 million projected debut, including $ 3.7 million on Tuesday's advances. The sequel sees the return of the stars Michael B. Jordan, Tessa Thompson and Sylvester Stallone, and is tracking for a Wednesday-Sunday debut of $ 44 million to $ 55 million.
Both movies, along with the latest in Hollywood. Robin Hood the delivery, they are opening everywhere on Wednesday to get a jump on the weekend of Thanksgiving.
Robin Hood, of the Summit stamp of Lionsgate, does not look so attractive. He earned $ 800,000 in Tuesday advances for a five-day projected debut from $ 15 million to $ 17 million, if that. The film, directed by Otto Bathurst and starring Taron Egerton in the title role, has been criticized by critics. Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson and Jamie Dornan also star in the film, which would originally open in March of this year.
On Monday, the promotional projections paid generated an additional $ 400,000, according to Lionsgate.
Postpone Fantastic beasts: The crimes of Grindelwald, which hit theaters last weekend, should stay high on the list on its second outing.
November 21, 2:15 p.m. Updated with revised estimates.