“Rise of Skywalker” Starts 2020 at the Head of the Box Office

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The Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker film starts 2020 at the top of the box office during its North American premiere


At the beginning of 2020, the list of the highest-grossing films was released in which the tape ” Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker ” tops this list.

“Ribbon Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker ” is in the list of movies only blockbuster in theaters in North America.

The tape reportedly threw around  33.7 million dollars accumulated in its third week at the box office in the United States and Canada and is approaching the world mark of 1,000 million.

And it has even been considered that the film matches other premieres of the series, ” Rise of Skywalke r” could be the seventh Disney film to reach $ 1 billion in 2019.

For its part, the movie ” Frozen 2 “, is another of the great successes of Disney, who reached 1,330 million dollars, with a film never directed by a woman. Jennifer Lee, directed the two “Frozen” movies with Chris Buck now directs Disney Animation, beats his own record with the first “Frozen” (1.280 million).

Also, the animated film also appears like the one that has earned the most income in this category without forgetting the ” Lion King ” last year and it’s 1,660 million.

But leaving no doubt, below is the list of ticket sales from Friday to Sunday in cinemas in the United States and Canada according to Comscore, which also includes the most current international figures.

1. “Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker”, 33.7 million dollars (50.5 million at the international box office).

2. “Jumanji: The Next Level”, 26.5 million (42.4 million at the international box office).

3. “Little Women,” 13.6 million (9.5 million at the international box office).

4. “The Grudge”, 11.3 million (5.8 million at the international box office).

5. “Frozen 2”, 11.3 million (42.4 million at the international box office).

6. “Spies in Disguise”, 10.1 million (15.8 million at the international box office).

7. “Knives Out”, 9 million (8.8 million at the international box office).

8. “Uncut Gems”, 7.8 million.

9. “Bombshell”, 4.1 million.

10. “Cats”, 2.6 million (4.3 million at the international box office).