A new Disney film has gone from the #1 movie of the weekend to the #2 movie of Sunday night.

The pic, “MOVIIDS,” is set in New York City during the height of the global financial crisis.

The movie has earned $16.6 million in its first two days.

It’s the second-best opening for a Disney film on the week after Disney/Pixar’s “Cars 2” ($16.5 million).

“Moviids” earned $20.3 million over its opening weekend, making it the third-biggest opening weekend of all time behind “The Secret Life of Pets” ($22.7 million) and “Finding Dory” ($21.6 m).

“The Muppets” grossed $26.4 million in 2015.

The opening weekend total of “Movies” is $2.8 billion, according to comScore.

The film has made a huge impact at the box office, with Disney/Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” grossing $7.9 billion, while Sony’s “Zootopia” gross $5.7 billion.

But the biggest winners have been studios, with the studio behind the film, Sony Pictures Classics, taking home $4.9 million and Warner Bros. earning $3.8 million.

“Moves” is the latest in a string of movies to score a $10 million or more at the domestic box office.

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” opened to $8.4 billion on July 7, 2017.

It earned $12.2 million in the three days it opened in the US, while “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2″ earned more than $11 million on its way to a $90 million domestic total.

“Marvel’s The Avengers” earned over $130 million domestically on its opening week.

“Zoo” is another movie to open to $10m at the international box office after grossing over $120 million on the same weekend.