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Tom Cruise gets his best international movie opening with ‘The Mummy’

MUMBAI: Tom Cruise’s new movie ‘The Mummy’ may have disappointed at the US box office but globally it has fared well in its opening weekend.

‘The Mummy’ earned $141.8 million in 63 international territories but in the US it only made $32.2 million. Universal Studios has crossed the $3 billion mark at the box office this year.

‘Wonder Woman’, meanwhile, has crossed the $400 million mark globally.

comScore has announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of 11 June, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

ComScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Universal’s ‘The Mummy’ earned $141.8 million in 63 international territories this weekend and set the record as Tom Cruise’s biggest international opening weekend ever and also marks the star’s best global debut as well of $174 million when combined with the North American launch of $32.2 million.  Notably, this weekend Warner Bros.’ ‘Wonder Woman’ crossed the $400 million mark globally while ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ exceeds $600 million worldwide.”

 The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order per data collected as of 11 June, are:

1. The Mummy – Universal – $174 Million
2. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $115.3 Million
3. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $45.5 Million
4. Baywatch – Paramount Pictures – $15.3 Million
5. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie – 20th Century Fox – $14 Million
6. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 – Disney – $8.4 Million
7. It Comes At Night – A24 – $6 Million
8. Dangal – China Film Co. – $4.9 Million
9. How Are You – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $4.2 Million
10. Megan LeaveyBleecker Street$3.8 Million
11. Alien: Covenant – 20th Century Fox – $3.4 Million
12. Beauty And The Beast – Disney – $3.3 Million

The top 12 US weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order per data collected as of 11 June, are:

1. Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. – $57.2 Million
2. The Mummy – Universal – $32.2 Million
3. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie – 20th Century Fox – $12.3 Million
4. Pirates Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Disney – $10.7 Million
5. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 – Disney – $6.2 Million
6. It Comes At Night – A24 – $6 Million
7. Baywatch – Paramount – $4.6 Million
8. Megan LeaveyBleecker Street$3.8 Million
9. Alien: Covenant – 20th Century Fox – $1.8 Million
10. Everything, Everything – Warner Bros. – $1.6 Million
11. My Cousin Rachel – Fox Searchlight – $1 Million
12. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul – 20th Century Fox – $0.7 Million