‘Coco’ Maintains Top Spot, Earns $18.3m

‘Coco’ Maintains Top Spot, Earns $18.3m

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Added by December 11, 2017

”Coco”, the Disney-Pixar animated comedy, has maintained the top spot for its third week running in North America.

It has also taking in an estimated $18.3 million, according to Exhibitor Relations.

”Coco” is the story of Miguel, a young Mexican who desires to become a musician in spite of his family’s ban on music.

Miguel stumbles into the Land of the Dead, where trickster Hector helps him unravel a surprising family secret.

The film, reports say, has netted $135.5 million since its release over the long Thanksgiving weekend.

Variety.com says the colourful film is one of just four films to lead the North American box office for three consecutive weekends in 2017.

Second on North American screens this weekend was Warner Bros.’s “Justice League,” taking in $9.6 million, for a four-week total of $212 million.

Its all-star cast features Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman and Jason Momoa as Aquaman, plus Ciaran Hinds as a supervillain.

See full list below:
“Daddy’s Home 2” ($6 million)

“Murder on the Orient Express” ($5.1 million)

“The Star” ($3.7 million)

“Lady Bird” ($3.5 million)

“Just Getting Started” ($3.2 million)

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