Thanksgiving weekend is usually a pretty great time for the box office. Most people are off work, with their families and in the mood to see a flick at the theater.
This year, most people will be choosing between Creed II and Ralph Breaks the Internet.
According to the most recent reports, the sequel to Wreck It Ralph is expected to bring in around $70 million during the upcoming five-day period, and if that happens, it should easily beat Creed II and every other film at the box office.
The second Creed film is expected to bring in around $50 million this weekend, so it would take a small miracle for it to beat Ralph and the gang.
The first Wreck It Ralph film made $49 million during its opening weekend, and then was nominated for an Oscar before bringing in close to $500 million worldwide. You can see why they wanted to make a sequel.
The new Robin Hood film will also be released this weekend, but it’s expected to have a rough time after being absolutely slammed by the critics. It’s currently sitting at 19% on Rotten Tomatoes.[mashshare]