$31.8 million earned over the 5-day interval

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(FOX NEWS) – Disney’s latest animated movie, “Want,” fell wanting expectations throughout its opening weekend, following a year-long sample of field workplace fizzles for the corporate celebrating its centennial of movie-making.

“Want” took in $19.5 million in field workplace gross sales throughout its Thanksgiving weekend debut, with $31.8 million earned over the 5-day interval, domestically. The movie was anticipated to earn between $45-$55 million its opening weekend, CNBC reported.

Viewers-goers as a substitute flocked to “The Starvation Video games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes,” which drew $28.8 million over the weekend.

Historic drama “Napoleon” additionally beat out the Disney movie, incomes $20.4 million on the field workplace, in response to Field Workplace Mojo.

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