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YOUR WEEKEND BOX OFFICE
The Top 5 Highest-Grossing Films in America Over the Weekend

There were three debuts in the box office Top 5 this weekend. Disney and Pixar's Cars 3 bowed at #1, pulling in a lukewarm $54m. Warner Bros. blockbuster Wonder Woman, which is getting rave reviews, snagged $41m in its third week out, while Lionsgate's Tupac Shakur biopic, All Eyez on Me, and ENTMP's 47 Meters Down debuted at #3 and #5, respectively.

Focusing on Wonder Woman, which dropped only 30%, the film's domestic total is around $275m. The $41m just earned marks the second largest third weekend ever for Warner Bros. (behind only The Dark Knight's $42.6m). The worldwide number is now over $570m.

Interesting, although All Eyez on Me has been dragged by the critics, who are responsible for the film's dismal 24% Rotten Tomatoes score, fans seem to enjoy it, as audiences have given it an A- CinemaScore.

1. Cars 3 (Buena Vista) $54m 4,256/$12,582 avg. (debut)
2. Wonder Woman (Warner Bros.) $41m 4,018/$10,148 avg. (week 3)
3. All Eyez on Me (Lionsgate) $27m 2,471/$10,947 avg. (debut)
4. The Mummy (Universal) $14m 4,034/$3,450 avg. (week 2)
5. 47 Meters Down (ENTMP) $12m 2,270/$5,066 (debut)

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