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News Top 10 Movies at the US Box Office This Weekend

News Bot Nov 6, 2016

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    The numbers are in and Marvel's Doctor Strange ruled the box office this weekend, landing at No. 1 with $85 million for its opening in the United States. That's ahead of projections, as estimates pegged the superhero movie to make $65 million-$70 million at the box office for its opening.

    Overall box office ticket sales amounted to $192 million for the November 4-6 window, which is up 188 percent compared to last week and up 19 percent compared to a year ago this week when the James Bond movie Spectre opened. All the box office numbers are from Deadline.

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    "When you have 51% of the weekend driven by PLF, Imax, and 3D, movie theaters exist for a movie like Doctor Strange," Disney executive Dave Hollis said in a statement.

    Rounding out the top five movies this weekend at the US box office were Trolls, Hacksaw Ridge, Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween, and Inferno. You can see a full breakdown of this weekend's US box office performance below, as rounded up by Deadline.

    1. Doctor Strange -- $85 million (week one)
    2. Trolls -- $45.6 million (week one)
    3. Hacksaw Ridge -- $14.7 million (week one)
    4. Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween -- $7.8 million (week three)
    5. Inferno --$6.25 million (week two)
    6. The Accountant -- $5.95 million (week four)
    7. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back -- $5.58 million (week three)
    8. Ouija: Origin of Evil -- $4 million (week three)
    9. The Girl on the Train -- $2.8 million (week five)
    10. Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children -- $2.1 million (week six)

    Did you see any movies this weekend? Let us know in the comments below!

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