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The top 10 grossing films in Canada from December 1 to 7, 2017

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Coco is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated musical film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Supplied photo

Disney-Pixar’s Coco ruled the Canadian box office for a third week, taking in $2.414 million, closely followed by Justice League in second place with $2.267 million.

The week’s highest grossing Canadian film, the family hockey drama Junior Majeur, dropped 48.7% in its second weekend, earning $434,511.

All box office figures are in Canadian dollars and are provided by film studios.

Here are the top 10 grossing films in Canada from Dec. 1-7, 2017.

Rank Film / Distributor Box Office
1 Coco $2,414,190
Disney (Total domestic gross: $5,747,367)
2 Justice League $2,267,552
Warner Bros. (Total domestic gross: $15,547,262)
3 Wonder $1,633,984
eOne/Seville (Total domestic gross: $6,082,618)
4 Thor: Ragnarok $1,482,566
Disney (Total domestic gross: $29,133,327)
5 Daddy’s Home 2 $983,243
Paramount (Total domestic gross: $6,788,726)
6 Murder on the Orient Express $972,309
Fox (Total: $7,729,227)
7 A Bad Mom’s Christmas $585,029
eOne/Seville (Total domestic gross: $7,147,715)
8 The Star $513,251
Sony (Total domestic gross: $1,852,691)
9 Junior Majeur $434,511
eOne/Seville (Total domestic gross: $1,282,299)
10 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri $415,239
Fox Searchlight (Total domestic gross: $833,997)
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