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comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of December 18, 2016

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comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of December 18, 2016, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Customers are able to analyze admissions and gross results around the world using comScore’s suite of products.

comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “A strong box office force was felt around the world as Disney’s ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ opened at #1 in all markets for a massive worldwide weekend debut of $290.5 million that included $135.5 million in 54 international territories and $155 million from North America.¬† Notably, ‘The Great Wall’ starring Matt Damon and directed by visionary filmmaker Zhang Yimou is a hit in China having earned in excess of $60 million & marks his first English-language production and the largest film ever shot entirely in China.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, December 18, are below.

  1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Disney – $290.5M
  2. Great Wall, The – Multiple – $57.0M
  3. Moana – Disney – $27.2M
  4. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – Warner Bros. – $19.5M
  5. Office Christmas Party – Multiple – $17.1M
  6. Collateral Beauty – Warner Bros. – $11.6M
  7. Hacksaw Ridge – Multiple- $9.5M
  8. Wasted Times, The – Multiple – $9.1M
  9. La La Land – Lionsgate – $8.7M
  10. Pandora – Next Entertainment – $7.6M
  11. Sing – Universal – $6.6M
  12. Arrival – Multiple – $6.0M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, December 18, are below.

1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Disney – $155.0M
2. Moana – Disney – $11.7M
3. Office Christmas Party – Paramount – $8.4M
4. Collateral Beauty – Warner Bros. – $7.0M
5. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – Warner Bros. – $5.0M
6. Manchester By The Sea – Roadside Attractions – $4.2M
7. La La Land – Lionsgate – $4.0M
8. Arrival – Paramount – $2.8M
9. Doctor Strange – Disney – $2.0M
10. Nocturnal Animals – Focus Features – $1.4M
11. Trolls – 20th Century Fox – $1.3M
12. Allied – Paramount – $1.2M

 

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Kevin "KevRoss" Ross is a music and radio industry expert. He is a 20 -plus year entrepreneur with the leading most successful industry trade publication and site Radio Facts (www.radiofacts.com). He has also published various books, magazines, performed marketing and promotions for major corporations and recording artists and he is on the advisory board of several industry organizations. This year Ross introduced his non profit organization LOMARI (Leaders of the Music and Recording Industry) to help teach young minority students how to market and manage their music and products.

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