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'Moana' Tops Thanksgiving Box Office, 'Rules Don't Apply' Bombs, 'Allied' and 'Bad Santa 2' Stumble

Reuters Sunday, 27 November 2016 ()
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Disney's "Moana" sailed to the top of the Thanksgiving box office, earning a mighty $81.1 million over the five day holiday period and $55.5 million for the weekend.
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Disney does it again, and dominates the weekend's box office with their newest animated film, "Moana." The movie earned $81.1 million over it's five-day holiday period. As for just the weekend, the movie brought in $55.5 million. This successful release adds to Disney's long list. This year, the...

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