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Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Dominates World Weekend Box Office
A still from the film Fantastic Beasts and How To Find Them.
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them came out on top at the global box office this weekend, taking in $143.3 million during its international opening weekend.
The Harry Potter spin-off, which was produced and written by J.K. Rowling, stars Eddie Redmayne as the protagonist Newt Scamander, alongside Katherine Waterson, Dan Fogler and Colin Farrell.
Another fantasy-themed movie, Disney's ‘Doctor Strange', came second in the box office estimates according to comScore, while 20th Century Fox's ‘Trolls' came in at third position.
The top 10 worldwide box office estimates for the weekend ending November 20 are:
1. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them - Warner Bros. - $218.3M
2. Doctor Strange - Disney - $43.7M
3. Trolls - 20th Century Fox - $28.9M
4. I Am Not Madame Bovary - Multiple - $28.1M
5. Arrival - Multiple - $18.3M
6. Hacksaw Ridge - Multiple - $9.2M
7. Deepwater Horizon - Lionsgate - $8.3M
8. Almost Christmas - Universal - $7.0M
9. Accountant, The - Warner Bros. - $5.3M
10. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk - Sony - $4.8M