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US Box Office Results: June 23 - 25, 2017

The fifth TRANSFORMERS Movie could very well be the last one of the franchise, as THE LAST KNIGHT brought in just $45.3 million in, its first weekend of release. It brought in $55 million less than the previous movie, in 2014, and $25 million less than the first movie, out tear years ago. The movie will fall far short of its $217 production budget, as it will struggle to bring in $125 million, domestically. If a sixth movie is ever made, it will be on the strength of the international markets, which is approaching $200 million in receipts.

WONDER WOMAN is still going strong, tying CARS 3 for the #2 spot, with $25.2 million, despite bing out two weeks longer than the Pixar release. To date, WW had grosse over $318 million domestically (currently #3 on the year), and a little more than that, internationally. WONDER WOMAN should pass both SUICIDE SQUAD and BATMAN v SUPERMAN this week, ranking #3 of all DC Movies, behind the last two DARK KNIGHT movies.
  1. $45.3 million - Transformers: The Last Knight
  2. $25.2 million - Cars 3
  3. $25.2 million - Wonder Woman
  4. $7.44 million - 47 Meters Down
  5. $5.85 million - All Eyez on Me
  6. $5.84 million - The Mummy (2017)
  7. $5.24 million - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
  8. $4.70 million - Rough Night
  9. $4.28 million - Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
  10. $3.00 million - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
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