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Wonder Woman cruises over The Mummy

17 June 2017

The film opened up in total 33 worldwide markets on Wednesday and Thursday, the film grossed $20.5 million from the global markets.

Directed by talented Patty Jenkins, "Wonder Woman" has earned over $16 million from Thursday night previews from 4,165 cinemas for a $51 million weekend, a drop of around 45%. As a full disclosure, industry executives were estimating that The Mummy was going to fall in a lower range at the domestic box office, but it still fell short of its upfront calculations.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the reboot of Universal's 'The Mummy, ' starring Tom Cruise, opened to a withering 32.2 million United States dollars at the USA box-office, a dismal start for the first film of Universal's new Dark Universe of interconnected monster movies.

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The poor opening for The Mummy, which cost an estimated USD125 million to produce, meant a weak start for Universal's ballyhooed Dark Universe. Because of the date-and-date opening, number of territories, and number of screens, of course, it will be Cruise's largest worldwide opening. It is overseas where he gets most of his mojo, at least at the box office. The film has far exceeded industry expectations and it is on par with the 2013 release of Man of Steel, in terms of box office success. The $32.2 million take for The Mummy was well behind the $57 million that Wonder Woman grossed on its second weekend in the US.

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Warner Bros.' 'Wonder Woman, ' meanwhile, slipped to second place while crossing $70 million.

Industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said the movie, the latest revival of the original "Mummy" made in 1932, took in a disappointing $31.7 million in its first weekend. Rounding out the top five was "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", which nabbed an estimated $6.2 million domestically.

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