Star Wars Rogue One tops the chart making $155 million from 4,157 theaters. The film debuted with $29 million which is the biggest opening for the year of 2016, beating out the likes of Captain America. Thus, Rogue One becomes the seventh largest opening of all time.
Internationally, Rogue One made $33 on the first day. Now it has soared to $290.5 million except China and South Korea where the film has not released yet.
Disney’s Moana stands at number 2 making $11.7 million.
- Office Christmas Party
At number 3 is Office Christmas Party which made $8.5 million.
- Collateral Beauty
Newline’s Collateral Beauty opened with $2,400,000. The Will Smith-starrer drama made just $7 million.
The story deals with a man mourning the loss of his daughter. Consequently, he writes to Love, Time and Death. The movie has an extensive ensemble cast of Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet, Keira Knightley, Edward Norton, Michael Pena. Collateral Beauty not only fared miserably against a $36million budget but was also critically panned.
Rounding off top 5 is Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them which made $5 million.
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- La La Land
La La Land climbs to number six with $1,373,100 from just 200 theaters!
Globally the musical earned a total of $11.3 million, also including $9.5 million from South Korea.
- Manchester By The Sea
Manchester By The Sea made an impressive $1,284,932 totaling to $14 million.
At 8th spot is Paramount’s Arrival which made $823,000
- Dr. Strange
Dr. Strange stands in the 9th place.
And Trolls finishes off with number 10.
Elsewhere, Matt Damon-starrer The Great Wall debuted in China with a massive $24.1 million. Oscar nominee Zhang Yimou is the director of the movie. So far it has made $67.4 million making it the second highest-grossing film in the world this week after Rogue One.
The Great Wall will release in North America in the month of February next year.