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Aladdin will take the top spot at this box office in its opening weekend, which has the benefit of being the four-day Memorial Day Weekend. Aladdin is Disney's widest ever Memorial Day weekend release, screening in 4,476 locations. With that, the film is estimated to take in $86.1 million in its first three days and ...

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