NEW YORK — On a peaceful end of the week in the cinema world, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” was No. 1 for the third straight week, while the up and coming DC Comics superhuman film “Aquaman” made an enormous sprinkle in Chinese theaters.
With no new wide discharges, Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” again drove in household ticket deals with an expected $16.1 million. The energized spin-off has earned more than $140 million out of three weeks.
Another leftover, “The Grinch,” trailed in second with $15.2 million in its fifth end of the week.
Be that as it may, the end of the week’s greatest fresh introduction was in China, where Warner Bros.’ “Aquaman” appeared with $93.6 million in ticket deals.
That denoted another record for a DC title in China and positions fourth record-breaking for hero films.