Disney(LOS ANGELES) — Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi was tops at the box office for the third straight week, raking in an estimated $52.6 million between Friday and Sunday and an estimated $68.4 million over the four-day weekend. ABC, like Lucasfilm, is owned by Disney.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle wasn’t far behind, grabbing second place with an estimated $50.3 million over the three-day weekend and $66.5 million through New Year’s Day.
Taking third place was Pitch Perfect 3, the final chapter in the singing comedy franchise, with an estimated $16.8 million haul over the three-day and $22.7 million over the four-day.
The Greatest Showman bowed in fourth place with an estimated $15.5 million through Sunday and $20.7 million over the four-day.
The animated feature Ferdinand rounded out the top five with an estimated $11.4 million over the three-day weekend and $14.6 million through New Year’s Day.
Matt Damon was feeling the holiday blues, as his latest release Downsizing — finishing ninth — only managed to scrounge up an estimated $4.7 and $6.4 million through Sunday and New Year’s Day, respectively. This marks the third straight flop for Damon, whose other 2017 releases included the box office duds The Great Wall and Suburbicon.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated weekend gross ticket sales:
1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi, $52.6 million
2. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, $50.3 million
3. Pitch Perfect 3, $16.8 million
4. The Greatest Showman, $15.55 million
5. Ferdinand, $11.4 million
6. Coco, $7.4 million
7. All The Money in the World, $5.6 million
8. Darkest Hour, $5.47 million
9. Downsizing, $4.7 million
10. Father Figures, $3.8 million
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