The film ‘Moana’ continues to dominate the North American box-office for the third consecutive week, according to the Exhibitor Relations informs Reuters and AFP. The film raised 18,8 million dollars during the weekend and 145 million dollars in total. The comedy ‘Office Christmas Part’ of the directors Josh Gordon and Will Speck, with Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn and Jason Bateman, is on the second place in its launching weekend on the big screen with incomes of 17.5 million dollars. The film presents an epic Christmas party organized by a company in order to impress an important client, but things get unplanned when the employees get wild.
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, fell on the third place, with 10.8 million dollars during the weekend and 199,3 since its launch. In the fourth place is ‘Arrival’, the science-fiction film of the Canadian Denis Villeneuve, which had incomes of 5.6 million dollars in the weekend and of 81,4 million in five weeks since its launching. The Disney/Marvel’s production with superheroes, ‘Doctor Strange’, with revenues of 4.6 million dollars on the weekend and 222,4 million in six weeks is on the fifth place on the top. The sixth place is occupied by ‘Allied’, of the director Robert Zemeckis, a story from the Second World War with Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt, raising 4 million dollars in the weekend and 35,6 millions of dollars in three weeks of presence in the cinemas across the North America.
‘Nocturnal Animals’, a psychological thriller with Michael Shannon, Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams and directed by Tom Ford raised 3,2 million dollars at the end the week and 6.21 million dollars in four weeks, being placed on the seventh place. On the eighth place is ‘Manchester by the Sea’, a drama directed by Kenneth Lonergan with Michelle Williams and Casey Affleck in the main roles.
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