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Box Office: Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is Still A Beast At The Box Office

Box Office: Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is Still A Beast At The Box Office

comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of March 26, 2017, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is still a beast for second weekend, pulling in enough to make it the fourth biggest second weekend ever and pushing the film over $315 million in a matter of only ten days.

Added to that, Lionsgate’s arrival of Saban’s Power Rangers came in second place earning an estimated $40.5 million and demonstrated there was as yet a crowd of people for the establishment that started in the mid ’90s. Sony’s Life didn’t demonstrate a lot of it and WB’s CHiPs completed generally obviously.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast earned an expected $88.3 million, and was at top the box office for a second weekend in a row. It’s the fourth biggest second weekend of all-time and pushes the film’s total over of $315 million, one of the quickest movies to ever hit that stamp.

Beauty and the Beast is also big overseas adding an estimated $119.2 million bringing its worldwide total to $690.3 million.

comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented:

“Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ posted an incredible $207.5 million this weekend to push its global total to $690.3 million. Now the #1 movie of 2017 both in North America and globally, this is the fourth consecutive Walt Disney Studios release to surpass the $600 million mark globally, following the staggering success of ‘Doctor Strange,’ ‘Moana’ and ‘Rogue One.'”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, March 26, are below.

  1. Beauty And The Beast – Disney – $207.5M
  2. Kong: Skull Island – Warner Bros. – $107.4M
  3. Power Rangers – Lionsgate – $59.2M
  4. Life – Sony – $28.7M
  5. Logan – 20th Century Fox – $22.2M
  6. Boss Baby, The – 20th Century Fox – $16.3M
  7. Get Out – Universal – $10.9M
  8. Chips – Warner Bros. – $9.5M
  9. Prison, The – Showbox / Mediaplex Inc. – $8.3M
  10. Split – Universal – $5.4M
  11. Sing – Universal – $4.8M
  12. Dog’s Purpose, A – Multiple – $4.3M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, March 26, are below.

  1. Beauty And The Beast – Disney – $88.3M
  2. Power Rangers – Lionsgate – $40.5M
  3. Kong: Skull Island – Warner Bros. – $14.4M
  4. Life – Sony – $12.6M
  5. Logan – 20th Century Fox – $10.1M
  6. Get Out – Universal – $8.7M
  7. Chips – Warner Bros. – $7.6M
  8. Shack, The – Lionsgate – $3.8M
  9. Lego Batman Movie, The – Warner Bros. – $2.0M
  10. Belko Experiment, The – OTL Releasing – $1.8M
  11. MET Opera: Idomeneo (2017) – Fathom Events – $1.3M
  12. Hidden Figures – 20th Century Fox – $0.8M

Do you think Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is still a beast next week? Let us know.

Source: comScore

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