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Movie Title Domestic Worldwide Total
1 Cars 3 $53,547,000 $74,847,000
2 Wonder Woman $40,775,000 $571,801,730
3 All Eyez on Me $27,050,000 $27,050,000
4 The Mummy $13,916,010 $295,626,710
5 47 Meters Down $11,500,000 $11,500,000
6 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $8,458,000 $650,066,114
7 Rough Night $8,040,000 $12,240,000
8 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie $7,350,000 $62,663,660
9 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $4,982,000 $844,353,015
10 It Comes At Night $2,616,600 $11,139,764
Ka-chow! Racing into first place with $53.5 million is Cars 3. The latest installment is the lowest opening in the Cars franchise, but only by a few million and it's still a decent debut on par with projections. Don't expect the Cars franchise to go away anytime soon!

Wonder Woman takes second place with $40.7 million, dropping only 30% in its third weekend. These are crazy good numbers! One can not overstate how wonderful this film has been performing and continues to perform. At this pace, it could possibly overtake Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to become the highest grossing movie at the domestic box office this summer.

All Eyez On Me, the widely divisive and polarizing Tupac biopic, earns third place with $27 million. This was a decent opening considering its $40 mil budget, but it'll be interesting to see if it can hold up week to week with all the competition.

The Mummy drops 56% dead to fourth place with $13.9 million. Lame puns aside, this drop actually wasn't too bad considering the overwhelmingly negative reception of the film. Of course it didn't open very high, and won't make money domestically, but, as we said last week, it was Tom Cruise's highest global debut. It'll continue to make bank worldwide.

Finally, 47 Meters Down snags fifth place with $11.5 million. I don't think anyone was expecting much more. I don't have the production budget, but I'm sure it was low and it still managed to beat Rough Night and make it into the top five.

Join us next week for the opening of the fifth installment in the crazy Bay-hem franchise, Transformers: The Last Knight! Will it be good? Probably not. Will it make a ton of cash? Definitely.
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Author: Adam Choate