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“Coco” Leads US Weekend Box Office

“Coco” claims first place at the US weekend box office.

Coco | Trailer - Disney

Only one major film debuted at the US box office this week.

“Coco,” that film, earns #1 on the US weekend box office chart.

According to studio estimates, “Coco” will earn about $49.0 million over the November 24-26 weekend. With its first two days included, “Coco” boasts a cumulative gross of $71.2 million.

“Justice League,” last weekend’s winner, settles for #2 this weekend. It added $40.7 million to its haul (cume now $171.5 million).

“Wonder” takes #3 with $22.3 million (cume now $69.4 million), while “Thor: Ragnarok” grabs #4 on the strength of its $16.8 million in receipts (cume now $277.5 million).

“Daddy’s Home 2,” which earned $13.3 million (cume now $72.7 million), grabs #5 on the weekend chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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