Also Read: ' Coco' Review: Pixar's Journey Down Mexico Way Pays Colorful, Moving Tribute to Family “Justice League” will enter Thanksgiving weekend trying to avoid the heavy second weekend drop-off suffered by “Batman v Superman.” That film had an opening of 6 million, the second highest of 2016 behind only “Captain America: Civil War” (9.1 million).But after poor word of mouth spread from early audiences, second weekend totals dropped 69 percent to million.With Pliskova’s quarterfinal departure, reigning Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza will become the second Spanish woman in history after Arantxa Sanchez Vicario to occupy the No. This time around she held onto the lead to win the match.“Overall, now I can say I was not playing my best tennis this tournament,” said Pliskova. Actor James Franco (right) watches Sloane Stephens of the United States play against Anastasija Sevastova of Latvia during the U. Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Sept. Former tennis champion Boris Becker (R) talks to Katrina Adams Chairman of the Board, CEO and President of the United States Tennis Association (L) in Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Sept. Vogue editor Anna Wintour (center) sits behind Mirka Federer (left) and Ivan Ljubicic, wife and coach of Roger Federer of Switzerland during his match against Frances Tiafoe at the U. 1 position when the next rankings come out on Sept. Muguruza lost here in the fourth round.“I don't care,” said Pliskova, a finalist here last year, of losing the top ranking. “Still made it to quarterfinals, which is pretty good. She won the junior girls’ title here as a 16-year-old in 2008.“When I won this event as a junior at 16 and I always dreamed of being here on the big stage,” Vandeweghe said.
“And I think that’s the most frustrating thing if you’re a comic book fan because WB has such amazing capability to compete toe-to-toe with Marvel but they’re not doing it, consistently underperforming other than ‘Wonder Woman.’ Warner Bros., box office wise, should be by now step-to-step with Disney, and that’s the next threshold they need to get to.” Finally, there’s “Wonder,” which performed above expectations with a .5 million opening last weekend against a million budget. Combine that with robust group sales from schools who are taking classes on field trips to see the film, and a domestic total of over a 0 million is now a very feasible goal for this low-budget release.Williams and Stephens secured their semifinal slots Tuesday.If 15th-seeded Madison Keys manages to defeat 418th-ranked Estonian qualifier Kaia Kanepi in Wednesday night’s quarterfinal, this year’s women’s semifinals will be an all-American affair.“Venus (Williams) last night said it very well that the younger ones were looking at Lindsay (Davenport), Jennifer (Capriati), and Serena (Williams) and Venus,” Vandeweghe said. We wanted to be those same players in a later generation.“For myself, it's really nice to have an all-American semi on one side, because for sure there is going to be an American in the final.Thanksgiving weekend is shaping up to be a very interesting one at the box office for both good and bad reasons.The biggest film — and the hottest news story — of the extended weekend will be Pixar’s critically-acclaimed “Coco,” which hits theaters right after studio founder John Lasseter took a leave of absence amid reports of sexual misconduct.