'Toy Story 4' repeats at No. 1 over 'Annabelle,' 'Yesterday'
LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Toy Story 4" is playing at the top of the box office again in its second weekend.
The Walt Disney Co. on Sunday estimates that "Toy Story 4" added $57.9 million from North American theaters. Globally the film has already netted $496.5 million.
In second place is the third Annabelle film, "Annabelle Comes Home," which debuted on over 3,500 screens Wednesday. Opening in line with expectations, the Warner Bros. horror earned $20.4 million over the weekend and $31.2 million in its first five days.
The weekend's other big new release, "Yesterday," an original high concept romantic comedy with a Beatles soundtrack from Universal, exceeded industry tracking and grossed $17 million over the weekend to take third place. "Aladdin" and "The Secret Life of Pets 2" rounded out the top five.
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