Clever use of internet properties and the Princess scene is Disney at their best, otherwise an enjoyable but predictable Disney romp
This week saw the launch of the origin Transformers movie in China and the boost gave the film enough to top the global chart knocking Aquaman from the top despite the DC movie nearing a billion in grosses.
With an $82 million debut in China the Transformers movie moves to the top spot on the global box office with a weekend gross of $95 million from 63 countries.
This brings the films total global gross to $289.1 million.
The DC Universe movie has been a mega smash across the globe and takes $86.9 million this weekend from 79 countries but falls from the top to number 2.
The film is nearly at a billion dollars with $940 million and will reach the milestone by next weekend.
The Mary Poppins sequel has not been the global hit Disney may have been looking for, but a $38.7 million weekend from 47 countries puts the film at number 3.
The films total gross now sits at $258 million after 3 weeks of release.
The Disney film falls to number 4 this week with $29.6 million from 32 countries which brings its total gross to $404 million.
The animated feature takes $24.7 million this weekend from 61 countries, this boosts the Sony movies total to $275.2 million.
Disney gets another number 1 film over Christmas as the Mary Poppins sequel goes to the top on its debut weekend.
Despite the fact that its been 54 yeas in the making, the new film based on the famed Disney character gets to be the new number one film in the UK, maybe what helped was the fact it get the widest ever release in the UK showing on 740 cinemas.
The film takes £8.1 million on its debut, comparing this to the original film is hard as records weren't kept but we know the film took about £14 million during its cinematic run.
The DC Universe film falls to number 2 this week with a £2 million second weekend to bring its total UK gross to £10 million.
The seasonal favourite from the book by Dr Seuss is 7 weeks in and at number 3 this week it takes £1.8 million to boost its total gross to £22.6 million.
Falling to number 4 this week the sequel movie from Disney takes £1 million which brings the films total gross to £11 million after 4 weeks of release.
After debuting high last week the Spider-Man animation falls to number 5 this week with a gross just under a million, this brings the filsm second weekend total gross to £4.1 million.
Aquaman gets a release in China this week an manages to top the global box office with its debut from that single terretory leaving a fairly predictable rest of the chart.
China gets the next superhero movie before the rest of the world and from this single terretory beats all other film with ease.
A China (and global) debut of $91 million gives the film a global gross of $93.6 million including previews, the film releases in many more territories this coming weekend.
The Dr. Suess adaptation goes back to number 2 as we get closer to Christmas as the animation takes $41 million from 63 countries for a total gross of $322 million.
Still bringing in the audience at 3 is the Bryan Singer directed movie takes $35.2 million from 73 countries to push its total gross to an incredible $596.5 million.
The film is now Bryan Singers top grossing film in the UK and second top grossing film globally beating out nearly all the X-Men movies.
Still doing well but loosing steam the Disney film drops to number 4 this week with a global gross of $34 million from 31 countries, total global gross is now $258 million.
The JK Rowling penned film drops to number 5 this week with $28 million from a massive 81 countries to boost its total gross to a respectable $568.5 million.
There were no new releases on the US box office top 10 this week hence Ralph Breaks The Internet remains at the top of a totally static top 5.
Making it a third weekend at the top the Disney movie takes $16.2 million for a new total gross of $140.9 million
Five weeks on and the Dr. Seuss movie is still at number 2 with a weekend gross of $15 million which elevates its total to a very nice $223.2 million.
The boxing sequel movie takes just shy of $10 million on its third weekend of release, the film has now take $96.1 million in total.
Despite performing below par the Fantastic Beasts sequel movie takes $7 million on its fourth weekend to bring its US total to $145 million.
The Freddy Mercury film takes $6.1 million on its sixth weekend of release for a good $173.7 million total gross.
With little in the way of new releases the top spot remains the same as Ralph Break The Internet stays at the top, highest new film of the week is The Old Man And The Gun at number 7.
Spending a second weekend at the top Disneys Internet inspired sequel movie takes £2.4 million to boost its total gross to £7.4 million.
As we get deeper into the Christmas season audiences have started to take notice of the animated adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book.
This weekend, its 5th, the film goes up to number 2 with a £2 million weekend boosting its total to £19.4 million.
The boxing sequel drops to number 3 on its second weekend with a £1.7 million weekend to increase its total UK gross to £5.9 million.
Hanging onto a place on the top 5 at number 4 this week the Wizarding World film takes £1.4 million over its 4th weekend, the film has now taken £29.2 million.
Finishing off the top 5 the Queen film which has enchanted audiences and on its seventh week tales just under a million pound for a £43.9 million total.
After 2 weeks at the top Fantastic Beasts 2 gives up the number one spot so Ralph Breaks The Internet can make its debut at the top.
Making its debut at the top of the UK box office is Disney's latest film starring Wreck-It Ralph from the 2013 movie that bears his name.
Also starring his best friend Venelope the film makes its debut with £4 million which is marginally lower than the originals debut in February of 2013.
Also making its debut this week is another sequel movie, this time its the follow up to 2016's Creed which also starred Micheal B. Jordan and Sylester Stallone.
Taking nearly £3 million on its debut this is above the debut of the original film which on to make over £5.5 million.
Three weeks on and the Wizarding film falls to number 3 with a still respectable £2.7 million which boosts the films total to £26.7 million.
The Dr Seuss animation takes £2.3 million this week to increase its UK gross to £17 million after 4 weeks of release.
Finishing off the top 5 is the Queen bio-pic which this week takes £1.5 million.
Six weeks on and tes film has now grossed £42 million which makes it the 5th top grossing movie in the UK for 2018.
Fantastic Beasts 2 is still doing well at the box office, especially outside the US, but Disney's Ralph Breaks The Internet was too strong this week and (just) tops the global box office.
Expanding to 28 countries this week the Disney property takes $59.4 million globally for the weekend which boosts its total global cume to $206.9 million after 2 weeks.
There are still a lot of countries to open in so expect this to hand around for much of Christmas and into the new year.
Not too far behind is the Wizarding World film which this week takes $51.4 million from a massive 81 countries to boost its total global cume to $519.6 million.
The film is behind the first movie of the series in the UK but slightly ahead in the rest of the world.
The Bryan Singer directed movie has done far better than expected across the globe and this week passes a new milestone of passing the half billion mark.
The film takes an excellent $45 million over the weekend from 73 countries to push ots total global take to $539.5 million.
The Dr Seuss animation drops to 4 this week with $44.8 million from 55 countries, this bbosts the films global gross to $268.3 million.
The boxing sequel expands to 30 countries this week and takes $26.8 million to boost its total gross to $92.5 million, it will pass $100 million by next weekend.
Not a lot of movement on the US box office this week as the Wreck-Ir Ralph sequel hangs onto the top spot and The Possession Of Hannah Grace is the top new film at 7.
A second weekend at the top for the Disney movie as it takes $25.7 million for the weekend which brings the film total US gross to $119.2 million.
Still doing well on the US box office as we officially enter the Christmas season, the Dr Seuss movie takes $17.7 million for a $203.5 million total gross.
The Rocky universe film drops to number 3 this week with a $16.8 million weekend which takes the films total US gross $81.1 million on its second weekend.
Although not doing as well as expected the Wizarding World film hangs onto its place in the top 5 at number 4 this week with $11.2 million boosting its total gross to $134.3 million.
The film is well below the first film take at this point which was running at over $180 million.
Still performing well on the US box office the bio-pic add $8.1 million to its US gross which is now at $164.4 million.
With the top five films in the US still performing really well and no big new film the highest new entry comes in down at number 7 with a $6.5 million debut.
This week globally Fantastic Beasts 2 gave a good show on the international scene, especially in countries like China, Japan, Australia and UK to keep it at number one for a second weekend stopping Wreck-It Ralph 2 fro making its debut at the top.
The Harry Potter prequel sequel manages a second weekend at the top of the global box office with a weekly take of $113 million from a very wide 81 countries.
This brings the film total global gross after 2 weekends of release to $439 million, the film isn't that far behind Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
The new Disney film is only released in 19 countries and hence opens at number 2 this week with a global weekly gross of $97 million.
With the film set top open much wider this coming weekend expect to see the film at the top next week.
Having done amazingly well on the internation market the Queen bio-pic is at number 3 this week with $52 million from 70 countries.
Still performing well is the retelling of the Dr Seuss classic which this week is at 4 with $37 million from 35 countries.
Entering at number 5 this week the Creed/Rocky sequel takes $35 million from just 1 location which bodes well for the film going forward.
Disney release their big holiday animation Ralph Breaks The Internet over the American Thanksgiving weekend and along with Creed II also making its debut and strong holdovers it makes for a record weekly take with the top 10 grossing over $200 million.
The latest Disney movie had plenty of hype and hence opens at the top of the US box office with a $55 million 3 day weekend and an $85 million 5 day weekend which includes the Wednesday and Thursday of Thanksgiving
This means that the new Ralph film is running $15 million ahead of its 2012 predecessor over the same period and should end up grossing far more in the long run.
The follow up to Creed from 2015 and spiritual follow up to Rocky IV from 1986 the Micheal B. Jordan starring movie opens at number 2 with a $35 million opening 3 days and a $55 million 5 day Thanksgiving.
This is far higher than the original movies opening by $14 million.
The Grinch drops to number 3 this week after 3 weeks of release with a $30 million weekend gross, the film now has a total US gross of $180.5 million.
After opening big last weekend the new Fantastic Beasts film runs into trouble this week and falls hard to number 4 with a weekend gross of just $29.6 million which brings the films 10 gross to a relatively poor $117 million.
One film which has done better than expected and this week sits at number 5 is the Queen bio-pic which this week takes $13 million for a $152 million total US gross.
One film that has not done too well on its debut weekend is the new Robin Hood movie starring Taron Egerton which limps onto the box office chart at number 7 with a poor $9.1 million gross.
Disney release its follow up to Wreck-It Ralph on 30th November 2019 when Ralph and Vanellope break into the internet and cause havoc.
The original was a big hit in 2013 for the Mouse House grossing $368 million globally and the franchise has only got bigger since then.
The BBFC have given Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 a PG rating in the UK for mild threat, rude humour and the film has a run time of 112 minutes (1hr 52 minutes).
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: WRECK IT RALPH 2 (PG) mild threat, rude humour https://t.co/dwoZSBG1Xk— BBFC (@BBFC) November 14, 2018
Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is due to hit cinemas on 30th November 2018 and today Disney have released the last trailer.
Nothing new here and no more info on the story, despite the very descriptive name.
What we do see is lots of Disney properties on display with all the princess shown, Toy Story characters and Star Wars characters to name a few.
Check out the new trailer below.
Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is number 9 on the UK box office this week.
The film has a UK gross of £17,300,000 and is the 304th top grossing film in the UK
The film has a US gross of $194,203,032 and is the 199th top US domestic film.
UK BBFC Certificate: PGGenres:
Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 8