Coco Tops The Box Office
The weekend was quite as there were no wide releases from popular production houses and thus Coco was able to shine this weekend too. Coco is an animated musical by Disney and Pixar. The movie is topping the box office in the second week too grossing around $26.1 Million from several theaters in the state of Canada and the U.S.
The other movies such as James Franco’s The Disaster Artist and Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water too had a good start.
The good reviews by both the critics and the viewers, Coco earned a domestic total of $108.7 Million after 12 days. Overseas, it made a collection of $69 Million. Thus, the movie made a grand total of $171.3 Million.
The movie directed by Lee Unkrich is a story about a Mexican boy who is dealing with his family’s ancestral ban on music. The voice of the boy is given by the newcomer Anthony Gonzalez. The other casts that are included in the film are Benjamin Bratt, Gael García Bernal, and Alanna Ubach.
The top five rankers remain the same Warner Bros’ Justice League holding the second place with a collection of $16.6 Million; thus, making its domestic total to $197.3 Million and the global total of $567.4 Million.
The number third position is held by the film Wonder having a collection of about $12.5 Million. In the fourth position is Thor: Ragnarok with a collection of about $9.7 Million. The fifth position is again secured by the Daddy’s Home 2 with a collection of about $7.5 Million.
The Disaster Artist is directed by Franco, the film is based on the book having the same name The Disaster Artist and expects to have made $1.2 Million from several locations. There were positive reviews by the critics thus increasing the chances of the movie to make a position in the box office rankings. The movie also stars Seth Rogen, Ari Graynor, Dave Franco, and Alison Brie.
The Fox Searchlight’s The Shape of Water made earnings of $167,000 and that too from two locations. The film also gained positive reviews from the film critics.
The other film that also had an impressive opening was Woody Allen’s, Wonder Wheel.