US Cinema Charts November 10 2017

It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what movies are hot at the US cinema, these figures are for US cinema charts November 10 2017.

 

US Cinema Charts November 10 2017
  MovieDistributorGross
1(1)Thor: RagnarokWalt Disney$57,078,306
2NewDaddy’s Home 2Paramount Pictures$29,651,193
3NewMurder on the Orient Express20th Century Fox$28,681,472
4(2)A Bad Moms ChristmasSTX Entertainment$11,468,964
5(3)JigsawLionsgate$3,424,319
6(4)Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea HalloweenLionsgate$2,001,108
7(5)GeostormWarner Bros$1,641,680
8(7)Blade Runner 2049Warner Bros$1,460,463
9(6)Happy Death DayUniversal$1,266,440
10(26)Lady BirdA24$1,199,748

No change at the very top of the US movie charts this week with Thor: Ragnarok’s cinema earnings way ahead of new entry Daddy’s Home 2 with $57,078,306 against $29,651,193 respectively. That should keep Disney pretty happy. There is also a new entry at three in the chart with Murder on the Orient Express and it’s not far behind in cinema takings, $28,681,472 from the comedy at two (relatively speaking).

Elsewhere in the top 10 movie charts not much really changes other than Lady Bird which rise up from number twenty four last week to number ten this week, presumably after having a limited initial release followed by a wide release.

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Don’t forget to check back on Thursday as we take a look at this week’s new cinema releases along with their movie trailers.

One of this week’s new cinema releases is the Justice League which also releases this week in the UK, more on that on Thursday.

I’ll leave you with the movie trailer for Thor: Ragnarok

 

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US Cinema Charts November 10 2017
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US Cinema Charts November 10 2017
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It's that time of the week where we take a look at the US cinema charts is there a new number one or did Thor: Ragnarok retain top spot from Murder on the Orient Express & Daddy’s Home 2?
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