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‘Cars 3’ makes $900,000 more in India than its previous edition

MUMBAI: ‘Wonder Woman’ is nearing the $600 million mark at the global box office. While the animation movie ‘Cars 3’ came out on top at the US box office, ‘Wonder Woman’ continues to hold strong.

A Deadline report estimates that ‘Cars 3’ made $900,000 in India more than the previous movie ‘Cars 2’ as well as ‘Monsters University’, ‘Brave’ and ’Up’.

comScore has announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of June 18, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Universal’s ‘The Mummy’ is the number one film at the international box office for the second weekend in a row with $53 million in 68 territories this weekend for a total of $239.1 million and combined with the North American total of $56.5 million, the worldwide total is now at $295.6 million.  Disney/Pixar’s ‘Cars 3′ enjoyed a global debut of $74.9 million and notably, this weekend Warner Bros.’ ‘Wonder Woman’ tops the global chart as it approaches the $600 million milestone.”

“We are thrilled with this start and look forward to the balance of the world opening up. ‘Cars’ continues to be an important franchise for the company and the reaction to this new story and characters is very gratifying. Pixar’s consistency is an extraordinary competitive advantage in today’s world,” Disney distribution president Dave Hollis told ‘The Hollywood Reporter’.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 18 June 2017 are:

  1. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $80.3 Million
    2. Cars 3 – Disney – $74.8 Million
    3. Mummy, The – Universal – $66.9 Million
    4. Alien: Covenant – 20th Century Fox – $31 Million
    5. All Eyez On Me – Multiple – $30.1 Million
    6. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $27.3 Million
    7. Baywatch – Paramount Pictures – $14.8 Million
    8. Rough Night – Sony – $12.2 Million
    9. 47 Meters Down – Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures – $11.5 Million
    10. Despicable Me 3 – Universal – $10 Million
    11. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie – 20th Century Fox – $8.6 Million
    12. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 – Disney – $6.2 Million

The top 12 US weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of 18 June, are:

1. Cars 3 – Disney – $53.5 Million
2. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $40.8 Million
3. All Eyez On Me – Lionsgate – $27.1 Million
4. The Mummy – Universal – $13.9 Million
5. 47 Meters Down – Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures – $11.5 Million
6. Pirates Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $8.5 Million
7. Rough Night – Sony – $8.1 Million
8. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie – 20th Century Fox – $7.3 Million
9. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 – Disney – $5 Million
10. It Comes At Night – A24 – $2.6 Million
11. Megan Leavey – Bleecker Street – $2.3 Million
12. Baywatch – Paramount – $1.6 Million