Box Office for November 10-12, 2023


Hello and Good Evening! We are looking at the box office stats and The Marvels came to theaters Friday and …The latest Disney/Marvel flick is another flop. The film made an embarrassing $47M. Even though it’s at the top spot, that still didn’t put a big enough dent. A few people I know, saw the film. They loved how Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani, had great chemistry, but the story was just all over the place, and the writing was not so great.

With that thanks always to IMDb and Box Office Mojo for their input. Now let’s look at the rest of the domestic box office stats.

Credit source: IMDb & Box Office Mojo

Top Box Office (US)

Weekend of November 10-12

10 Titles

  • Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, Iman Vellani, and Teyonah Parris in The Marvels (2023)
  • 1. The Marvels
    • Weekend Gross: $47M
    • Total Gross: $47M
    • Weeks Released: 1
    6.2 (26K) Rate

  • Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi in Priscilla (2023)
  • 4. Priscilla
    • Weekend Gross: $4.8M
    • Total Gross: $13M
    • Weeks Released: 3
    7.1 (3.8K) Rate

  • Paul Giamatti, Dominic Sessa, and Da'Vine Joy Randolph in The Holdovers (2023)
  • 6. The Holdovers
    • Weekend Gross: $3.2M
    • Total Gross: $4.3M
    • Weeks Released: 3
    8.4 (2.5K) Rate

  • Eugenio Derbez in Radical (2023)
  • 9. Radical
    • Weekend Gross: $1.8M
    • Total Gross: $5.2M
    • Weeks Released: 2
    8.0 (950) Rate

Reported by Box Office Mojo © 2023

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Now the global stats…

Latest International Weekends

Data as of Nov 12, 10:18 PST

AreaWeekendReleases#1 ReleaseDistributorWeekend Gross
Weekend Ending November 12, 2023
ChinaNov 10-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$11,700,000
United KingdomNov 10-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$4,300,000
IndonesiaNov 8-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$3,700,000
South KoreaNov 10-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$3,500,000
FranceNov 8-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$3,100,000
MexicoNov 10-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$3,000,000
GermanyNov 9-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$2,300,000
JapanNov 11-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$2,200,000
AustraliaNov 9-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$2,100,000
ItalyNov 9-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$2,000,000
BrazilNov 9-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$1,800,000
PhilippinesNov 8-121The MarvelsWalt Disney Pictures$1,800,000

If The Marvels are doing meh here domestically, then what does that mean globally? According to Variety, it’s a dismal $63M. That’s just internationally, globally that’s $110M, which is nothing to celebrate.

Will The Marvels continue to be at the top next week? I don’t think so, but we’ll see. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday evening, be safe, happy, healthy, and blessed.

Featured image: USA Today

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