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Box Office Top 10: ‘Cars 3’ takes first from ‘Wonder Woman’

"Cars 3" from Disney-Pixar came in top at the box office in its opening weekend. (Pixar / AP)
"Cars 3" from Disney-Pixar came in top at the box office in its opening weekend. (Pixar / AP)
Associated Press

LOS ANGELES – “Cars 3” finished in first place at the North American box office this weekend with $53.7 million in earnings. It effectively stole the top spot from “Wonder Woman,” which had held on to No. 1 for two weeks in a row. “Wonder Woman,” in its third weekend in theaters, earned $41.3 million, bringing its total to $275.1 million.

New opener “All Eyez On Me” exceeded expectations with a $26.4 million debut in third place, burying “The Mummy,” in weekend two, in fourth place with $14.5 million.

The Mandy Moore-Matthew Modine shark thriller “47 Meters Down” rounded out the top five with $11.2 million, while the R-rated comedy “Rough Night” got off to a rough seventh place start with only $8 million.

1. “Cars 3” $53,688,680 / $53,688,680 (1)

2. “Wonder Woman” $41,268,850 / $275,095,580 (3)

3. “All Eyez On Me” $26,435,354 / $26,435,354 (1)

4. “The Mummy” $14,510,960 / $57,121,660 (2)

5. “47 Meters Down” $11,205,562 / $11,205,562 (1)

6. “Pirates Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” $8,964,039 / $150,572,153 (4)

7. “Rough Night” $8,004,283 / $8,004,283 (1)

8. “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie” $7,181,541 / $57,795,201 (3)

9. “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2” $5,071,732 / $374,942,747 (7)

10. “It Comes At Night” $2,601,467 / $11,124,631 (2)

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