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‘Doctor Strange’ Comes On Tracking With $55M-$75M Opening

Disney is currently No. 1 at the 2016 box office this year with $2.1B, roughly $617M apart from Warner Bros. at No. 2, and that gap is about to get even wider in the fourth quarter. Disney kicks off the first of three holiday titan tentpoles on Nov. 4 with Marvel’s Doctor Strange, followed by their animated feature Moana on Nov. 23, and, of course, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on Dec.
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