Top 10 Movies at the US Box Office This Weekend

Moana wins the weekend.


The numbers are in, and Disney's Moana was the No. 1 movie at the US box office for this long holiday weekend. Moana pulled in $55.5 million for the Friday-Sunday period and $81.1 million from Thanksgiving to today, November 27.

As Entertainment Weekly points out, Moana's debut was about $13 million behind Disney's juggernaut Frozen, which made $93.3 million in 2013 when it debuted over the Thanksgiving weekend.

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Rounding out the Top 5 movies at the US box office this weekend were Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Doctor Strange, Allied, and Arrival. Bad Santa 2 had an "underwhelming" weekend, making $6.1 million. Another notable miss was Rules Don't Apply, which made $1.6 million, which comes out to $661 per theater across 2,382 locations.

Here is the full Top 10 chart for November 25-27, as compiled by EW. Go to EW to see a full roundup and analysis of this weekend's box office performance.

  1. Moana - $55.5 million ($81.1 million five-day)
  2. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - $45.1 million ($65.8 million five-day)
  3. Doctor Strange - $13.4 million ($18.9 million five-day)
  4. Allied - $13 million ($18 million five-day)
  5. Arrival - $11.3 million ($15.6 million five-day)
  6. Trolls - $10.3 million ($14.3 million five-day)
  7. Almost Christmas - $7.6 million ($9.5 million five-day)
  8. Bad Santa 2 - $6.1 million ($9 million five-day)
  9. Hacksaw Ridge - $5.5 million ($7.7 million five-day)
  10. The Edge of Seventeen $2.7 million ($4.2 million five-day)

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