Ford vs Ferrari opens at #1 at Box Office

Christian Bale plays Ken Miles
Christian Bale plays Ken Miles

"Ford v Ferrari" is number one at this weekend's box office. The racing drama starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon brought in $31 million in its debut weekend. "Ford v Ferrari" tells the true story of Ford's automotive team as they build a race car to try to beat the legendary Ferrari in the Le Mans.

Internationally, Ford v Ferrari brought in $21.4 million from 41 markets for a $52 million global debut, enjoying #1 openings in several including Russia, which serves as the film's top international market with a $3.2 million debut. Additional openings include the UK ($2.3m), France ($2.3m), Australia ($1.7m), Italy ($1.3m), Mexico ($1.1m) and Germany ($1.0m). Upcoming releases include a December 5 release in Korea followed by Japan on January 10. Box Office results below.

AutoRacing1.com staff took in the movie this weekend – we highly recommend. We know you will like it. If the Dolby Sound edition is available at your theater, we highly recommend it. Your seat will vibrate at times when the cars are at speed, making the experience very realistic. Box Office results below.

Hollywood Box Office Results (Weekend of Nov. 16-18, 2019)

Rank Release Distributor USA Gross Theaters
1 Ford v Ferrari Twentieth Century Fox $31,037,000 3,528
2 Midway Lionsgate $8,750,000 3,242
3 Charlie's Angels Sony Pictures Releasing $8,600,000 3,452
4 Playing with Fire Paramount Pictures $8,550,000 3,185
5 Last Christmas Universal Pictures $6,700,000 3,454
6 Doctor Sleep Warner Bros. $6,181,000 3,855
7 The Good Liar Warner Bros. $5,656,000 2,439
8 Joker Warner Bros. $5,635,000 2,337
9 Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures $5,247,000 2,549
10 Harriet Focus Features $4,780,000 2,011
11 Terminator: Dark Fate Paramount Pictures $4,375,000 2,477
12 Jojo Rabbit Fox Searchlight Pictures $2,818,000 995
13 Zombieland: Double Tap Sony Pictures Releasing $2,010,000 1,407
14 Parasite Neon $1,935,000 620
15 Countdown STX Entertainment $1,230,000 946
16 Black and Blue Screen Gems $950,000 558
17 Motherless Brooklyn Warner Bros. $500,000 611
18 The Lighthouse A24 $391,770 290
19 Abominable Universal Pictures $339,000 299
20 Downton Abbey Focus Features $305,000 303
21 Pain & Glory Sony Pictures Classics $214,221 226
22 Honey Boy Amazon Studios $210,617 17
23 Arctic Dogs Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures $210,000 356
24 Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Saban Films $168,993 10
25 Waves A24 $144,562 4
26 Gemini Man Paramount Pictures $119,000 176
27 No Safe Spaces Atlas Distribution Company $82,383 55
28 Everybody's Everything Gunpowder & Sky $61,281 29
29 The Lion King Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures $53,000 116
30 The Current War: Director's Cut 101 Studios $46,443 143
31 Rambo: Last Blood Lionsgate $44,000 84
32 Ad Astra Twentieth Century Fox $39,000 78
33 Housefull 4 FIP $35,000 25
34 Toy Story 4 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures $33,000 70
35 The Kingmaker Greenwich Entertainment $14,000 8
36 My Dear Liar CMC Pictures Holdings $12,147 3
37 Mickey and the Bear $9,523 1
38 Frankie Sony Pictures Classics $8,709 15
39 American Dharma $6,763 8
40 Immortal Hero Freestyle Releasing $1,389 5

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