'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' at box office

'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' at box office

Pictures and DC Films' Wonder Woman won a second-straight weekend at the domestic box office with an impressive $57.2 million, a drop of just 45% in ticket sales (it's usually 50 to 60% these days for a film's second weekend). Stay tuned with us for more updates and box office report, you can share your views on the box office collection of Tom Cruise's action adventure Hollywood flick "The Mummy" in the comment section below.

Fortunately, though, Cruise is about as big of an global movie star as you're going to find, which helped the 2017 "Mummy" bring in more than $140 million overseas. But the film did significantly better overseas, with a projected $141.8 million haul in 63 other territories for a total of $174 million worldwide.

Yeah, about those reviews: "The Mummy" has a deserved 17 percent "Rotten" at RT. I wanted to make someone that was an homage to the classic heroine, but also a modern one that could be brought forward into the future. The film is now playing in theaters. That was less than most analysts expected for the well-reviewed film, starring Joel Edgerton.

Wonder Woman has also performed very well overseas, raking in $230 million in its first two weeks. Hence, the movie should touch the milestone of $200 million at the domestic box office this weekend. Made for US$125 million, it has been widely panned by critics. A24's horror release will scare up $6 million from 2,533, which is fine for the low price tag, but below expectations.

Next was Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the latest installment in the popular franchise starring Johnny Depp as a dreadlocked pirate, at US$10.7 million.

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This week's domestic box office victor was pretty much decided before we even got to the weekend. The Disney release has amassed $366.4M so far and surpassed last year's Deadpool and The Jungle Book to reach number 35 on the list of all-time domestic blockbusters on its way to finish in the Top 30.

It Comes at Night, despite a D CinemaScore came in # 6.

"Beauty and the Beast", $2.9 million.

China led the charge with a spectacular $52.2 million launch, followed by South Korea with $17.8 million, Russian Federation with $7.8 million, Mexico with $5.1 million, and Taiwan with $4.9 million.

"Confession of Murder", $2.8 million.