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 17 2017.
|1||New||Justice League||Warner Bros||$93,842,239|
|3||(1)||Thor: Ragnarok||Walt Disney||$21,669,600|
|4||(2)||Daddy’s Home 2||Paramount Pictures||$14,435,710|
|5||(3)||Murder on the Orient Express||20th Century Fox||$13,807,562|
|6||New||The Star||Sony Pictures||$9,812,674|
|7||(4)||A Bad Moms Christmas||STX Entertainment||$7,000,378|
|9||(26)||Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||Fox Searchlight||$1,102,166|
There are three new entries inside the top 10 charts this week including a brand new number one film. I think we all know which movie has taken the coveted top spot, yes its Justice League taking and impressive $93,842,239. That said I’m guessing Warner Bros were looking for over the $100 million mark but they still comfortably have the highest grossing film this week.
In second spot is the drama Wonder starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay, if took a pretty amazing $27,547,866 and in doing so knocking Thor : Ragnarok into third position. The other new entry this week was the animated film The Star perfect for this time of year and lands in sixth spot taking $9,812,674.
Horror movie Jigsaw appears to be bowing out of the top ten dropping from number five last week to ten this.
Recent Blu-ray Releases
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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 Coco (Animated Adventure), more on that on Thursday.
I’ll leave you with the movie trailer for Justice League
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