Top 10 Movies at the US Box Office This Weekend
Star Wars is projected to remain No. 1.
Disney's Star Wars: Rogue One continues its box office dominance, expected to rake in as much as $63.6 million in the US for the long holiday weekend to remain No. 1.
The sci-fi spinoff has been the top-grossing movie at the US box office since its premiere on December 16. To date, it's made almost $439 million domestically alone, according to Deadline.
That makes it the second-biggest domestic release of 2016, behind another Disney movie, Finding Dory ($486 million). Rogue One needed only 16 days to to pass Captain America: Civil War ($408 million).
Rounding out the top five movies at the US box office this weekend were Sing ($54.8 million), Passengers ($20.6 million), Moana ($13.47 million), and Fences ($13 million). All of the numbers here and below are the high-end projections and include estimates for tomorrow, January 2, which is a holiday.
The video game movie Assassin's Creed came in at No. 8, making as much as $10.4 million. The movie opened on December 21 and opened somewhat sluggishly.
Go to Deadline to see a full breakdown of this past weekend's box office performance and projections.
Projections for the Top 10 Highest-Grossing Movies at the US Box Office (December 30-January 2)
- Star Wars: Rogue One -- $63.6 million
- Sing -- $54.8 million
- Passengers -- $20.6 million
- Moana -- $13.47 million
- Fences -- $13 million
- Why Him -- $12.9 million
- La La Land -- $12.3 million
- Assassin's Creed -- $10.4 million
- Manchester by the Sea -- $5.35 million
- Collateral Beauty -- $5.5 million
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