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Weekend Box Office: “Frozen II” Remains On Top, but “Knives Out” Cuts in at #2

Over the weekend, Frozen II continued to dominate the box office with a staggering $85.2 million at the box office. Knives Out, the ensemble homage to mystery writer Agatha Christie opened in second place, with $27 million. Ford v. Ferrari  kept zooming along in third place with $13.2 million. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, the film about television star Mister Rogers, settled into fourth place, making $11.8 million dollars in ticket sales. The new romantic drama Queen & Slim opened this weekend and made $11.7 million, enough to grab fifth place.

Weekend Box Office (in estimated millions):

  1. Frozen II — $85.2 million
  2. Knives Out — $27 million
  3. Ford vs. Ferrari — $13.2 million
  4. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood — $11.8
  5. Queen & Slim — $11.7
  6. 21 Bridges — $5.8
  7. Playing With Fire — $4.2
  8. Midway — $4
  9. Joker — $2
  10. Last Christmas — $1.98
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