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As the headline notes, with at least $634 million worldwide, plus whatever it made overseas (arguably around $25m for an over/under $660m global running cume), Star Wars has already topped the global gross of WB's Justice League. I say this not to pick on Justice League, which will end the long weekend with $223m domestic and $640-$645m worldwide. But it's worth pointing out, for those comparing the big Friday drop of The Last Jedi to the disappointing JL numbers, the huge disparity between the two in terms of global grosses with the former just getting started and the latter winding down. Anyway, moving on, let's get to the Friday holdover news.
20th Century Fox's Spain-set Ferdinand, which I saw yesterday with the kids (all parties enjoyed it well enough), earned another $2.76 million (-24%) on its second Friday. That sets the stage for a $7m (-48%) Fri-Sun/$9m Fri-Mon frame and $28m 11-day total. That's still not very good, but Fox is hoping that the kid-friendly and relatively charming (and utterly harmless) Blue Sky toon sticks around at least into mid-January. Walt Disney's Mexico-based Coco earned $1.85m (-18%) on its fifth Friday to bring its cume to $158m. We can expect a $5.2m (-47%) Fri-Sun/$6.7m Fri-Mon weekend and a $163m domestic total. That's a sharper drop than Moana, but Last Jedi > Rogue One and the Christmas-on-a-Monday thing makes everything weird.
Focus Features expanded Darkest Hour into 806 theaters yesterday and earned $1.42 million (+571%) for the effort. That will give the Winston Churchill biopic a likely $4.375m (+416%) Fri-Sun and $6.15m Fri-Mon weekend and a new $9m domestic cume. Fox Searchlight expanded Shape of Water into 726 theaters on Friday and earned a solid $1.16m (+136%). That positions the Guillermo del Toro gem for a $3.25m (+106%) Fri-Sun/$5m Fri-Mon weekend and a new $9.6m domestic total. Lionsgate's Wonder earned around $803k (-45%) after losing 803 theaters, setting up a $2.3m (-56%) Fri-Sun/$2.99m Fri-Mon weekend and still obscene $116m domestic total. Sony's faith-based toon The Star will make around $1.73m over the long weekend for a new $38.8m domestic total.
A24's The Disaster Artist lived up to its name,, well sort of. It's sinking like a stone, but it was cheap enough and opened big enough to still qualify as a small-scale hit. The James Franco/Dave Franco/Alison Brie comedy, about the making of The Room, earned $326,000 (-57%) on its fourth Friday for a likely $960k (-65%) Fri-Sun/$1.32 million Fri-Mon weekend and new $16.13m 25-day domestic total. It'll have to make due with Lady Bird ending the holiday with $28.5m, good enough to (as of today) be A24's biggest grossing domestic release. Oh, and Call Me By Your Name expanded to 114 theaters and will earn around $955k (+99%) over the Fri-Sun frame and $1.3m over the long weekend for a new $3.6m domestic total.
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