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BOX OFFICE

Warner Bros./DC Comics' Justice League failed to meet expectations by falling below $100m in week one, but it still managed to sail straight to the top of the domestic box office with approximately $96m.

Meanwhile, Lionsgate's Wonder, which stars Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay and Owen Wilson and is based on a N.Y. Times best-seller, impresses, debuting at #2 with around $27m. It also earned an 84% Rotten Tomatoes score (much better than Justice League's 39%). 

1. Justice League (Warner Bros.) $96m 4,051/$23,698 avg. (debut)
2. Wonder (Lionsgate) $27m 3,096/$8,737 avg. (debut)
3. Thor: Ragnarok (Buena Vista) $22m 4,080/$5,340 avg. (week 3)
4. Daddy's Home 2 (Paramount) $15m 3,575/$4,140 avg. (week 2)
5. Murder on the Orient Express (Fox) $14m 3,354/$4,114 avg. (week 2)

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