Box-Office Weekend: Frozen II Holds Top Spot

This weekend saw two new films enter the box-office weekend fray, but neither could unseat last week’s top film, Frozen II, from the number one spot. The Disney film delivered a second-weekend tally of $85.3 million, giving it a staggering two-week total of $287.6 million.

The first new film in the top ten this week was Knives Out, which finished in second place with $27 million. Although it was way off from Frozen II, it easily bested third-place finisher Ford v Ferrari which took in $13.2 million in its third week of release, giving it a total of $81 million as it dropped from second last week.

Meanwhile, last week’s third-place finisher, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood finished in fourth with $11.8 million over the weekend. The Tom Hanks vehicle has now amassed $34.3 million in its first two weeks of release. The other newcomer to the top ten this weekend, the drama Queen & Slim
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