Box office report: Cars 3 races past Wonder Woman

The film follows their relationship as it chronicles Maud’s burgeoning career. 2 – $4.98 million
10 –   It Comes At Night   – $2.6 million

Show Full Article The movie, which is a Tom Cruise-starring reboot of the 1999 film of the same name, earned an estimated $13.9 million this weekend for a cumulative domestic box office haul of $56.5 million. The shark-infested survival horror film sees   This Is Us   star   Mandy Moore and   The Originals‘ Claire Holt play sisters who decide to go cage-diving with sharks, only to have an accident cause their cage to break off from the boat and sink to the bottom of the sea floor with both of them still in it. Even its predecessor,   Cars   ($60 million), and the poorly reviewed   Cars 2   ($66 million) earned more during their first weekends out (adjusted for inflation). But while the movie fared well with audiences (an A on CinemaScore) and received favorable   reviews, it didn’t perform as high as recent Pixar sequels   Toy Story 3 ($110 million) and Finding Dory ($135.1 million) did on their opening weekends. Outside the top 10 is Jurassic World director   Colin Trevorrow’s latest film,   The Book of Henry, which earned an estimated $1.4 million from 579 locations. Despite the raunchy comedy’s star power, the film opened with significantly less than other recent female-fronted comedies like Snatched ($19 million),   Bad Moms ($23.8 million), and   How to Be Single ($17.9 million). But while the movie continues to fare poorly in North America, the first in Universal’s Dark Universe series has already earned $239 million internationally, bringing the movie’s worldwide total to $296 million. Thankfully, he has Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) to train him and a new sponsor (Nathan Fillion’s Sterling) funding the entire process as he works hard to return to top form. 1   –   Cars 3   – $53.5 million
2 –   Wonder Woman   – $40.8 million
3   –   All Eyez On Me   – $27.1 million
4 –   The Mummy   – $13.9 million
5 – 47 Meters Down   – $11.5 million
6 –   Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales   – $8.5 million
7   –   Rough Night   – $8 million
8 –   Captain Underpants   – $7.4 million
9 –   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Check out the June 16-18 box office figures below. Per ComScore, overall box office is up 2.7 percent   in the same frame from last year. The film stars   Avengers’   Scarlett Johansson, Office Christmas Party‘s Jillian Bell,   Mad Max Fury Road‘s Zoë Kravitz,   Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer, and   SNL‘s Kate McKinnon as a group of old college friends reuniting for a bachelorette party, only for things to take a dark turn. Sally Hawkins plays Maud, while Ethan Hawke plays her eventual husband Everett. 3 spot this weekend is   All Eyez On Me. After three weeks, the latest film in the DC Extended Universe (and the first one featuring a female superhero as the lead) has pulled in an estimated domestic box office total of $275 million so far as well as an international haul of $297 million for an impressive worldwide total of $571 million. The film sees Naomi Watts star as the single mother of two sons, Henry (Jaeden Lieberher) and Peter (Jacob Tremblay), the oldest of whom attempts to rescue the girl next door from her abusive stepfather. The film performed better in its third weekend than any of the three recent DCEU films did:   2013’s   Man of Steel   came in at $20.7 million after a 49.8 percent drop, 2016’s   Batman v. The film   — which received poor reviews from critics and audiences alike (B- on CinemaScore)   — sees Cruise’s   Nick Morton go up against Ahmanet, the mummy of an Egyptian princess who curses him. The only WB film   Wonder Woman is trailing behind is   The Dark Knight, which earned   $42.6 million in its third weekend after a 43.2 percent drop. The third installment in Pixar’s   Cars franchise saw the animated feature debut with an estimated   $53.5 million domestically and $21.3 million internationally. Cars 3 revved its engines and roared into first place at the box office this weekend. Elsewhere,   Maudie,   Aisling Walsh’s biopic of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis, earned an estimated $49,842 from 24 locations. Rounding out the top five this weekend is newcomer   47 Meters Down with an estimated $11.5 million from 2,270 locations. Cars 3 sees the return of Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) as the red race car contends with growing old after getting in an accident while racing against his new rival Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer). In the No. The film   — which was criticized on Twitter by Jada Pinkett Smith for its inaccuracies   — did not receive many positive reviews (EW’s Leah Greenblatt gave it a B-), but audiences seemed to enjoy the movie’s rendition of the cultural icon and prolific rapper’s (played by Demetrius Shipp Jr.) life, giving it an A- on CinemaScore. The R-rated Tupac Shakur biopic earned an estimated $27.1 million from 2,471 locations. Also in the top 10 is   Rough Night, which comes in seventh with an estimated $8 million from 3,162 locations. Coming in fourth is The Mummy, which premiered in second place last weekend. Superman: Dawn of Justice   earned $23.4 million after 54.5 percent drop, and   Suicide Squad   made $20.9 million after 52.1 percent drop. In second place is   Wonder Woman with an estimated $40.8 million after seeing only a 30 percent drop in the domestic box office after last week.