Ralph Breaks the Internet: Dominates Box-Office

Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” ruled for its second consecutive weekend atop the North American box office, generating $25.8 million.

That marks a decline of 53%, and pushes the animated sequel’s domestic haul past $100 million.

Overseas, “Ralph” earned $33.7 million this weekend, taking its international total to $87 million. Keeping in line with end of the year traditions, major studios largely sat out the post-Thanksgiving frame.

“The Possession of Hannah Grace” brought in $6.5 million from 2,065 locations.

“The Possession of Hannah Grace” follows “Pretty Little Liars” star Shay Mitchell (“Pretty Little Liar”) as a morgue worker who realizes a disfigured cadaver has been possessed by a demon.

Neither critics nor audiences have liked the R-rated supernatural thriller (it carries a 19% on Rotten Tomatoes and a C- CinemaScore), though reviews don’t always influence horror buffs.

Sony’s Screen Gems distributed the movie, and Broken Road handle production.

The movie, which was entirely shot on a small and inexpensive Sony a7s II, carries a $10 million production budget.