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News Top 10 Movies at the US Box Office This Weekend

News Bot Nov 13, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Marvel's Doctor Strange ruled the weekend again, pulling in $43 million to stay the No. 1 movie at the US box office for a second weekend in a row.

    For the November 11-13 weekend, Entertainment Weekly reports that the top five movies at the box office were Doctor Strange ($43 million), Trolls ($35 million), Arrival ($24 million), Almost Christmas ($15.6 million), and Hacksaw Ridge ($10.8 million).


    Doctor Strange's $43 million second-weekend box office haul is just above projections, as estimates released earlier this week said it could make $40 million-$42 million for the November 11-13 window. The movie had an opening weekend haul of $85 million, meaning box office receipts fell 49 percent.

    Go to Entertainment Weekly to see a full breakdown of the US box office for this weekend.

    November 11-13 US Box Office Projections:

    1. Doctor Strange - $43 million
    2. Trolls - $35 million
    3. Arrival - $24 million
    4. Almost Christmas - $15.6 million
    5. Hacksaw Ridge - $10.8 million
    6. The Accountant - $4.6 million
    7. Shut In - $3.7 million
    8. Boo! A Madea Halloween - $3.6 million
    9. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back - $3.3 million
    10. Inferno - $3.3 million

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