Disney’s ‘Encanto’ Leads Another Quiet Weekend at Box Office

Disney’s ‘Encanto’ Leads Another Quiet Weekend at Box Office
Without any new releases to pose a threat, Disney’s animated musical fable “Encanto” has again notched the No. 1 spot on domestic box office charts.

In its second weekend of release, “Encanto” has collected $12.38 million from 3,980 venues in the U.S. and Canada. That marks a 54% drop from its debut and pushes the film’s two-week total to $57.6 million domestically.

A decline of roughly 50% between its first and second weekend is in line with Disney’s recent Thanksgiving releases, such as 2016’s “Moana” (down 50%), 2017’s “Coco” (down only 45%) 2018’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” (down 54%) and 2019’s “Frozen II” (down 59%). Prior Disney animated features were able to conjure stronger starts at the domestic box office, however, those films weren’t playing in theaters during a pandemic. By Covid-19 standards, “Encanto” is faring well at the box office. The family-friendly adventure, which boasts songs by “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, will land on
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