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Monday final with chart: Disney/Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok easily beat its Sunday $121M estimate with $122.7M which makes it the sixth best opening of November. The Taika Waititi-directed threequel drew $32.1M yesterday, -27% from Saturday’s $44.2M. That haul ranks as the second best Sunday in November after The Hunger Games: Catching Fire ($34.5M). While Tuesday is bound to be the bigger midday for Ragnarok, Doctor Strange declined 71% from Sunday to Monday at this time last year for $6.2M. Given Ragnarok‘s momentum, it only makes sense that the pic stands to make more, potentially $9M to $10M+. Look for Ragnarok to own next weekend with at least $60M before it has to hand its hammer over to Warner Bros.’ Justice League which looks to emulate the Marvel movie in its three-day on Nov. 17.
A Bad Moms Christmas filed $16.7M for the weekend, $300K less than the $17M reported yesterday for a five-day run of $21.2M. While exit polls were sour with a B CinemaScore and a 68% overall positive PostTrak score, we’ll see if moviegoers can muster some holiday cheer for this movie and have it leg out in the next two months. Rivals believe it will final around Office Christmas Party‘s take of $54.8M. Final figures on A24’s Lady Bird from director Greta Gerwig is $91K per theater, the highest year to date beating Amazon/Lionsgate’s opening PTA of $84K, for a three-day of $364K at four New York and Los Angeles houses.
Total ticket sales for the weekend came in at $179.9M, -6% from a year ago, leaving 2017 through this past Sunday with $8.9 billion, -4.8%. Opening next weekend are 20th Century Fox’s Kenneth Branagh-directed reboot Murder on the Orient Express, Paramount’s Daddy’s Home 2 and in exclusive play, Fox Searchlight’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.