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US Box Office Results: June 9 - 11, 2017

WONER WOMAN holds off Tom Cruise's THE MUMMY to stay as the #1 movie in America. The DC Comics movie hauled in an additional $57.2 million, bringing its 10-day total to over $205 million. Worldwide, WW had collected $435 million.

The reboot of THE MUMMY took in $32.2 million, putting it on pace for around $100 million total, during its domestic release. In 1999, the Brandon Fraser movie, THE MUMMY, brought in over $43 million in its first weekend. The average cost per ticket was a lot less, 18 years ago, yet still out performs the new version of the franchise.

ALIEN: COVENANT looks to be the first summer blockbuster bomb, as this may be its last week in the top 10. After four weeks in theaters, the film has grossed just $71 million, domestically, on a #97 million production budget. Good thing for the international markets, to keep the film in the black, as $110 million was brought in, outside of North American

  1. $57.2 million - Wonder Woman
  2. $32.2 million - The Mummy (2017)
  3. $12.3 million - Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
  4. $10.7 million - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
  5. $6.24 million - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  6. $6.00 million - It Comes At Night
  7. $4.60 million - Baywatch
  8. $3.77 million - Megan Leavey
  9. $1.80 million - Alien: Covenant
  10. $1.62 million - Everything, Everything
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