“Cars 3” unseats “Wonder Woman” during tip of box office

LOS ANGELES — “Wonder Woman” fell to second place in a third weekend in theaters, though it’s still doing a difficult lifting for a differently muted summer box office.

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As expected, a third installment in Disney and Pixar’s $1 billion “Cars” authorization simply took a tip spot, though a estimated $53.5 million in gain told a some-more difficult tale.

“Cars 3” had a misfortune opening in a series’ story and one of a lowest entrance totals for a Pixar brand. “Cars” non-stop to $60.1 million in 2006 and “Cars 2” started with $66.1 million in 2011. 

“Wonder Woman” was knocked down to second place with $40.8 million, bringing a domestic sum to $274.6 million, while holdover “The Mummy” slid to fourth place in weekend dual with $13.9 million.

“It’s been a severe summer. we always contend it comes down to product. Are a cinema grabbing people?” comScore comparison media researcher Paul Dergarabedian said. “Before ‘Wonder Woman,’ we were about 9 percent behind final summer. We’re now about even, though a attention would like to see improved than even.”

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Amid a doldrums, lower-profile films were means to make a mark. The longtime-coming Tupac biopic “All Eyez on Me” warranted $27.1 million to take third place on a charts. “It’s always good to surpass expectations,” pronounced David Spitz, a boss of melodramatic placement for Lionsgate.

The Mandy Moore shark thriller “47 Meters Down” also exceeded low expectations, earning $11.5 million for a fifth place start. Raunchy comedy “Rough Night” non-stop in seventh place during $8.1 million, behind sixth place “Pirates of a Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” that brought in $8.5 million. The fifth “Pirates” film has warranted $150.1 million domestically and $500 million internationally.

Next week, another fifth installment — “Transformers: The Last Knight” — opens. Dergarabedian expects it follow fit with many of a summer’s franchises and acquire a bulk of a income abroad.

Estimated sheet sales for Friday by Sunday during U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore:

1. “Cars 3,” $53.5 million
2. “Wonder Woman,” $40.8 million ($274.6 million total)
3. “All Eyez on Me,” $27.1 million
4. “The Mummy,” $13.9 million ($56.5 million total)
5. “47 Meters Down,” $11.5 million
6. “Pirates of a Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” $8.5 million ($150.1 million total)
7. “Rough Night,” $8.1 million 
8. “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie,” $7.4 million ($57.96 million total)
9. “Guardians of a Galaxy Vol. 2,” $5 million ($374.9 million total)
10.”It Comes At Night,” $2.6 million ($11.1 million total)

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