After a weekend of previews, Daddy's Home 2 was officially released last Friday and debuts at number one on the Irish box office chart. It brought in just over €425,000 this weekend, giving it a total of €788,455.
Paddington 2 drops to second place but continues to do well making almost €400,000 during it's third weekend of release. Justice League came in third earning just over €200,000 but remains on course to cross the €1m mark. Murder on The Orient Express and Thor: Ragnarok continue to bring in customers despite having been in cinemas three and five weeks respectively.
Frozen was re-released in cinemas with new short film, Olaf's Frozen Adventures. Unsurprisingly, it was a success taking in €117,349 and landing in fourth place on the chart.
The week's other new releases had mixed fortunes. Polish film Listy Do M3 (Letters to M3) did well, making €62,978 from 33 locations. Battle of the Sexes took in just over €60,000 but George Clooney directed Suburbicon struggled earning just €17,511.
|Irish Box Office Report: November 24th - 26th (Figures from comscore.com)|
|FILM||WEEKS||LOCATIONS||TOTAL THIS WEEKEND||TOTAL SO FAR|
|Daddy's Home 2||1 (plus previews)||71||€427,726||€788,455|
|Frozen with Olaf's Frozen Adventure||1||62||€117,349||€117,349|
|Murder On The Orient Express||4||55||€63,713||€1,201,175|
|Listy Do M3||1||33||€62,978||€62,978|
|Battle of the Sexes||1||55||€60,322||€60,322|