For the 3rd weekend in a row, Ralph Breaks the Internet and The Grinch have nabbed the #1 and #2 spots at the Box Office. They’ve been slaying competition since they’ve premiered and this weekend was no different. The films were able to bring in $16 million and $15 million respectively and the rest of the Top Ten remained the status quo. Check out the numbers below!

1.Ralph Breaks the Internet $16,141,000

2.Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch $15,175,000

3.Creed 2  $10,322,515

4.Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald $6,805,000

5.Bohemian Rhapsody $6,000,000

6.Instant Family  $5,600,000

7.Green Book   $3,935,000

8.Robin Hood $3,585,000

9.The Possession of Hannah Grace

10.Widows    $3,100,000

Next weekend, we have the premieres of Mortal Engines and Into the Spider-verse. Given how rave the reviews have been for the latter, and how much of a mega Spider-Man fan that I am; my money is on that one. Find out if I’m right in the next edition of Weekend Roundup!

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