'Frozen II' Headed Toward Third Straight Weekend at #1 While 'Plamobil' Bombs

Saturday Am Update: Disney's Frozen II is looking at another weekend atop the weekend box office after an estimated $7.8 million on Friday, with expectations for a third weekend around $35 million and a domestic cume topping $337 million. The performance is a bit behind Mojo's forecast, but is still in line with the average post-Thanksgiving dip for top titles.

Focus Features's Dark Waters delivered an estimated $1.39 million in its expansion this weekend into over 2,000 locations and is looking at a $4+ million three-day. To go along with that, the film received an "A-" CinemaScore from opening day audiences.

In terms of the week's lone new wide release, Stx's Playmobil is hardly registering, delivering an estimated $167,000 from 2,337 locations, with current expectations for a three-day that won't even hit $800k. Should it manage to hit $800k, we're looking at a $342 per theater average, which ranks among the worst openings of all-time
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