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Daily Box Office Report
Tuesday, November 21, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Warner’s Justice League grossed $10.551 M on Tuesday to lead the daily box office for a fifth consecutive day. Justice League was up a healthy 40.5 percent over Monday’s performance. Yesterday’s hold was a welcome sign after Monday’s relatively sharp percentage decline from Sunday. The five-day total for Justice League stands at a softer than expected $111.902 M. That places Justice League 13.5 percent behind the $129.351 M five-day haul of Wonder Woman earlier this year and an underwhelming 30.5 percent behind the $161.087 M five-day launch of last year’s Suicide Squad. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a second weekend take of $45.0 M for Justice League.

Lionsgate’s Wonder continued to impress with a second place take of $5.690 M. Wonder increased a strong 44.0 percent over Monday. The five-day start for Wonder stands at a significantly stronger than expected $37.290 M. Wonder is running just 12.7 percent behind the $42.720 M five-day take of 2009’s The Blind Side, as Wonder continues to make up ground in the early comparisons between the two films. With the aid of very strong word of mouth and the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, BoxOfficeReport is predicting that Wonder will take in $27.5 M during its second weekend.

Disney’s Thor: Ragnarok held steady in third with $3.490 M. In the process, Thor: Ragnarok passed the $250 M domestic mark yesterday. Thor: Ragnarok has grossed a mighty $253.213 M in 19 days, which places the film an impressive 47.9 percent ahead of the $171.219 M 19-day take of 2013’s Thor: The Dark World. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a fourth weekend gross of $17.5 M for Thor: Ragnarok.

Fox’s Murder on the Orient Express and Paramount’s Daddy’s Home 2 continued to claim fourth and fifth place with respective daily grosses of $2.294 M and $2.276 M. The two films were separated by a very slim $18,558 for the day. Respective twelve-day total grosses for the two films remain close to one another, as Murder on the Orient Express has grossed $55.632 M, while Daddy’s Home 2 has taken in $54.027 M. BoxOfficeReport is predicting third weekend grosses of $12.7 M for Daddy’s Home 2 and $11.7 M for Murder on the Orient Express.

Sony’s The Star remained in sixth place with $1.602 M. That represented a strong 44.8 percent increase over Monday. The Star has grossed $12.521 M through five days, which is on the high end of the film’s modest expectations. With The Star facing new competition from Disney’s Coco this weekend, BoxOfficeReport is predicting a second weekend gross of $7.5 M for The Star.

Speaking of Disney’s Coco, the critically acclaimed computer animated film from Pixar was off to a very nice start on Tuesday night with an estimated $2.3 M from shows that began at 7PM. That was just 11.5 percent below the $2.6 M Tuesday night preview gross of last year’s Moana and would put Coco on course for respective weekend and five-day grosses of $50 M and $72.5 M. That would be a bit stronger than BoxOfficeReport’s respective weekend and five-day predictions of $46.5 M and $66 M for Coco.





Daily domestic box office results for Tuesday, November 21, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Tue.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Justice League
(Warner Bros.)
$10,551,093 4,051 $2,605 +40.5% N/A $111,901,643 1.192 1
2 Wonder
(Lionsgate)
$5,689,803 3,096 $1,838 +44.0% N/A $37,190,202 1.350 1
3 Thor: Ragnarok
(Disney)
$3,489,938 4,060 $860 +42.0% -22.3% $253,213,394 2.063 3
4 Murder on the Orient Express
(Fox)
$2,294,187 3,354 $684 +43.3% -26.0% $55,631,517 1.940 2
5 Daddy's Home 2
(Paramount)
$2,275,629 3,575 $637 +47.8% +6.3% $54,027,166 1.822 2
6 The Star
(Sony / AFFIRM)
$1,602,057 2,837 $565 +44.8% N/A $12,520,988 1.276 1
7 A Bad Moms Christmas
(STXfilms)
$1,133,248 2,948 $384 +36.7% -12.4% $52,984,557 3.162 3
8 Lady Bird
(A24)
$329,929 238 $1,386 +6.0% +186.3% $5,330,106 2.118 3
9 Jigsaw
(Lionsgate)
$124,508 1,201 $104 -20.6% -64.2% $36,743,414 2.208 4
10 Three Billboards Outside
Ebbing, Missouri
(Fox Searchlight)
$114,431 53 $2,159 -3.2% +316.4% $1,769,070 1.605 2
11 Blade Runner 2049
(Warner Bros.)
$94,223 466 $202 +1.0% -48.9% $89,464,001 2.731 7
12 Tyler Perry's Boo 2!
A Madea Halloween
(Lionsgate)
$59,949 718 $83 -5.7% -48.7% $46,773,197 2.203 5
13 Let There Be Light
(Atlas Distribution)
$53,116 542 $98 +1.0% -63.7% $6,844,278 3.957 4
14 Geostorm
(Warner Bros.)
$51,986 502 $104 -0.2% -73.0% $32,773,397 2.391 5
15 The Florida Project
(A24)
$42,103 217 $194 +7.4% -29.3% $4,387,962 6.924 7
16 The LEGO Ninjago Movie
(Warner Bros.)
$37,519 455 $82 +9.8% +5.3% $59,010,569 2.888 9
17 Victoria & Abdul
(Focus)
$36,640 257 $143 +17.9% -59.7% $21,735,035 5.210 9
18 Happy Death Day
(Universal)
$30,590 427 $72 -24.1% -66.1% $55,468,915 2.130 6
19 The Killing of a Sacred Deer
(A24)
$30,358 190 $160 -1.8% -51.0% $2,017,516 4.377 5
20 Kingsman: The Golden Circle
(Fox)
$27,642 271 $102 +11.5% -40.0% $99,785,557 2.557 9
21 The Foreigner
(STXfilms)
$24,227 250 $97 -3.5% -77.4% $34,013,522 2.594 6
22 Despicable Me 3
(Universal)
$23,390 172 $136 +41.4% +187.9% $264,234,470 3.648 21
23 IT
(Warner / New Line)
$21,871 232 $94 -3.1% -34.5% $326,942,802 2.649 11
24 Marshall
(Open Road)
$20,676 275 $75 -5.5% -60.1% $8,803,018 2.934 6
25 The Mountain Between Us
(Fox)
$18,623 237 $79 +36.0% -34.3% $29,702,040 2.815 7
26 American Made
(Universal)
$18,400 222 $83 -10.1% -63.2% $51,110,680 3.047 8
27 My Little Pony: The Movie
(Lionsgate)
$16,956 299 $57 -6.4% -13.8% $21,767,749 2.450 7
28 Last Flag Flying
(Lionsgate / Amazon)
$15,904 59 $270 +3.1% +18.2% $443,192 2.553 3
29 Thank You for Your Service
(Universal / DWorks)
$13,050 268 $49 -20.9% -85.9% $9,467,440 2.480 4
30 Leap!
(Weinstein Company)
$10,693 100 $107 +47.8% +179.5% $21,815,684 4.612 13
31 Goodbye Christopher Robin
(Fox Searchlight)
$7,448 78 $95 +14.2% -70.6% $1,673,431 4.661 6
32 Same Kind of Different As Me
(Pure Flix)
$7,381 102 $72 -21.4% -69.6% $6,293,969 2.428 5
33 Roman J. Israel, Esq.
(Sony / Columbia)
$5,953 4 $1,488 -5.9% N/A $74,277 1.198 1
34 Battle of the Sexes
(Fox Searchlight)
$5,128 46 $111 +59.5% -35.6% $12,561,251 3.685 9
35 A Question of Faith
(Pure Flix)
$2,974 28 $106 -33.4% -40.0% $2,515,161 2.453 8
36 Wind River
(Weinstein Company)
$1,853 40 $46 +25.0% -55.8% $33,786,049 7.343 16
37 The Stray
(Purdie Distribution)
$1,314 19 $69 -2.6% -24.7% $1,567,145 2.627 7
38 Dunkirk
(Warner Bros.)
$957 28 $34 +58.7% -37.1% $188,043,731 3.723 18
39 Professor Marston & the
Wonder Women
(Annapurna Pictures)
$603 10 $60 -46.1% -59.3% $1,585,362 2.151 6
40 No Greater Love
(Atlas Distribution)
$280 8 $35 +94.4% -83.0% $29,489 1.370 2
41 Friend Request
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$55 2 $28 +14.6% +587.5% $3,758,895 1.877 9

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