Jedi is only the fifth film to cross the $200 million threshold joining Jurassic World ($208.8 million) and Avengers ($207.4 million). Given the audience response — 56% of Rotten Tomatoes audiences gave it a positive rating — I’m curious to see how it fares next weekend. Force Awakens had a $150 million second weekend and it’ll be interesting how far Jedi tumbles.
2. Ferdinand – $13.3 million (debut week) 20th Century Fox hoped to provide some counter programming, but it was a lost cause as families were happy to see Last Jedi.
3. Coco – $10 million (4th weekend; $150 million total) Pixar’s latest is moving along, but it’s now up to $150 million making it the 18th of 19 Pixar movies to cross that mark.
4. Wonder – $4.5 million (5th weekend; $105 million) The feel good family film continues its successful run.
5. Justice League – $4.1 million (5th weekend, $219 million) It has to be a greater indignity for Warner Bros to watch its latest blockbuster eclipsed in one weekend by The Last Jedi. Changes are coming from WB after this disappointment.