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LOS ANGELES (Notimex) .- The Disney movie "Ralph breaks the internet" was installed in an overwhelming place in theaters in the United States during the Thanksgiving weekend, sources of the film industry report.
In preliminary figures from Wednesday to Sunday, the animated film totaled 84.5 million dollars.
The sequence has set up the best second start during a Thanksgiving weekend in the United States, behind another Disney title, "Frozen", which earned 93.6 million dollars in its first five days.
"Ralph breaks the internet" has a high -155 million dollar production budget, so it has to hold a worldwide momentum to make a profit. In the box office overseas, the film added 41.5 million dollars, which gave him a total of 125.9 million.
Ralph was not the only sequel with good results this weekend.
Creed II rose from MGM and New Line, 55 million dollars in 3,350 rooms during the five days and 34 million for the weekend.
This is the first time of an animated action film during this period. The numbers also exceed the first installment of "Creed," with Michael B. Jordan, which opened with $ 29 million in three days.
In the third place "Fantastic Animals: The Grindelwald Crimes" was set, which collected $ 43,300,000 for the five-day journey and $ 29,200,000 for its second year. That takes your account total to 116.5 million.
"The Grinch" added by Universal, an animated Christmas classic animation adaptation. Seuss, another 42 million for a total of $ 180 million at her three week docs office.
"Roma", by Alfonso Cuaron, was his first electric in three theaters in New York and two in Los Angeles, but his revenue was not reported.