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Still of ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet.’ Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios

A pair of animated films led the way at the North American box office by the weekend, topped by Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” which pushed past the $100 million mark, according to final figures released Monday.

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” earned $25.6 million between Friday and Sunday to finish atop the box office and push the film’s two-week total to $119.1 million, according to comScore.

Universal’s animated “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” took second place over the weekend, earning $17.9 million and giving it a four-week total of $203.7 million.

The Rocky Balboa sequel “Creed II” was close behind with $16.6 million, followed by another sequel, “Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald,” which earned $11.4 million.

The Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” earned $8 million to take fifth place.

Rounding out the top 10 films of the weekend were “Instant Family” ($7.2 million); “The Possession of Hannah Grace” ($6.4 million); “Robin Hood” ($4.8 million); “Widows” ($4.4 million); and “Green Book” ($3.9 million).

— City News Service