The film “Thor: Ragnarok” became one of the best releases so far this year to raise a box office in theaters of the United States and Canada calculated at 121 million dollars and proved-again-the power that have the Walt Disney Co. studios
The robust debut obtained by the third installment of the saga “Thor” was well received by the owners of cinemas, which suffered a terrible October at the box office.
“Thor: Ragnarok” also resisted the trend of diminishing returns for the aftermath. The first film “Thor” debuted in 2011 and grossed $ 65.7 million. “Thor: The Dark World” grossed $ 85.7 million on its premiere weekend.
“In this industry you do not see very often that the second and third installment of the saga surpass the first,” said David Hollis, head of distribution. “You never expect to have endless performances when it comes to the sequels, but this definitely speaks to the quality of talent that is in the team that is part of Marvel and the way they think about each film,” he added.
Another premiere was the sequel “A Bad Mom’s Christmas” by STX Entertainment, a Christmas-themed comedy. It raised $ 17 million over the weekend and $ 21.6 million since its premiere on Wednesday, according to calculations of the studies released Sunday. The film, which again stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, fell short of the $ 23.8 million raised by the first installment in 2016.
Next, the list of the 10 films with more income in the cinemas of the United States and Canada, from Friday to Sunday, according to calculations of the firm com Score.
STX Entertainment Presents Its Next Films
The second day of Cinema Con 2018 closes with the studio STX Entertainment and the presentation of his upcoming films, including the drama Adrift, starring Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin.
It is also expected that the studio will present visuals from films such as Mile 22 with Mark Wahlberg and The Happy time Murders with Melissa McCarthy. Mile 22 is the latest collaboration between Wahlberg and director Peter Berg
In spite of this movie it is expected that STX Entertainment also release more movies. It is expected that their upcoming movies will also be full of entertainment as usual.
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Final figures will be released Monday.
- “Thor: Ragnarok”, 121 million ($ 151.4 million internationally).
- “A Bad Moms Christmas”, $ 17 million.
- “Jigsaw”, $ 6.7 million.
- “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2!”, $ 4.7 million.
- “Geostorm”, $ 3 million.
- “Happy Death Day”, $ 2.8 million.
- “Thank You for Your Service”, $ 2.3 million.
- “Blade Runner 2049”, $ 2.2 million.
- “Only the Brave”, $ 1.9 million.
- “Let There Be Light”, $ 1.6 million.