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“Cars 3” Tops US Weekend Box Office, “All Eyez On Me” Takes #3, “Rough Night” Misses Top 5

“Cars 3” debuts at #1 in the US. “All Eyez On Me” (#3), “47 Meters Down” (#5) and “Rough Night” (#7) also arrive.

Cars 3 | Disney/Pixar Photo

It was not as strong as its predecessors, but “Cars 3” was still strong enough to win the US weekend box office.

According to studio estimates, it debuts at #1 with $53.5 million in opening weekend receipts.

Direct predecessor “Cars 2” debuted with $66.1 million in 2011. The original “Cars” started with $60.1 million in 2006.

Still, “Cars 3” comfortably claims #1 on this weekend’s chart. “Wonder Woman,” its closest competitor, takes #2 with $40.8 million (cume now $274.6 million). It topped the previous two weekend charts.

New release “All Eyez On Me” starts with $27.1 million, while “The Mummy” falls two spots to #4 with $13.9 million (cume now $56.5 million).

“47 Meters Down,” another newcomer, opens at #5 with $11.5 million.

— “Rough Night,” the fourth of this week’s wide new releases, misses the Top 5. Credited with an estimated $8.0 million in weekend receipts, it starts at #7.

— “The Book Of Henry,” which opened on 579 screens, earns #13 with $1.4 million.

Written by Brian Cantor

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