Holdovers reigned supreme at the box office this week with no new wide releases.
Repeating in the top spot is Coco, which brought in $26.1 million in its second weekend. That is a 48.6 percent decrease from its opening frame, which is a decent hold for the animated film. It has been the beneficiary of strong word-of-mouth, which has added to its commercial appeal. Pixar’s latest has now made $108.6 million domestically and $279.9 million worldwide, becoming yet another hit for the studio. It should continue to do well over the next couple of weeks until Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes out.
In second is Justice League with $16.5 million. The DC Extended Universe ...
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