Weekend Box Office Results: December 14 – December 16; ‘Spider’ Versus All

Here’s how the domestic box office played out for December 14th – December 16th. Thanks to Box Office Mojo for the results.

Here’s the Top 10 (new releases in bold):

This Week Last Week Movie Title Weekend Gross Domestic Gross Worldwide Gross Week #
1 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse $35,363,376 $35,363,376 $35,408,255 1
2 The Mule $17,509,431 $17,509,431 $17,509,431 1
3 2 Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018) $11,753,665 $239,463,375 $351,545,291 6
4 1 Ralph Breaks the Internet $9,274,018 $154,149,896 $271,871,367 4
5 Mortal Engines $7,559,850 $7,559,850 $29,578,638 1
6 3 Creed II $5,385,914 $104,870,060 $128,045,808 4
7 5 Bohemian Rhapsody $4,314,179 $180,612,379 $602,219,950 7
8 6 Instant Family $3,790,287 $60,288,341 $66,586,479 5
9 4 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald $3,789,839 $151,793,249 $575,429,523 5
10 7 Green Book $2,774,630 $24,654,996 $24,831,273 5

 

Unsurprisingly, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse took the top spot. While Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet dropped down to fourth and Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018) took third. The Mule opened up in second, which I find a little surprising. I feel like the commercials give the whole movie away. I know it’s good old Clint, but this and that train movie he did don’t seem to be drawing me in. Mortal Engines is set to lose over $100 million dollars based on its poor opening this week. And I’m not surprised. It really doesn’t look good. The rest of the top ten stayed relatively the same. This upcoming weekend should be an interesting one, with Aquaman going up against Mary Poppins Returns. What are you predictions on that battle?

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What have you guys seen/want to see, liked/disliked?