Sometimes winning the top spot at the box office doesn’t mean a whole lot, and this is one of those times.
Men in Black: International won the top spot at the box office with $28.5M. It was the slowest weekend yet this summer, and that is the first film in the series to open to less than $50M, so it’s not a good day. Globally it sits at $102.2M off of a $110M budget.
Second place this week went to The Secret Life of Pets 2 with $23.8M for a new domestic total of $92M, and a global total of $154.54M off of a $80M budget.
Aladdin landed in third with $16.71M, bringing it to a new domestic total of $263.44M. Globally it sits at $724.84M off of a $183M budget.
Fourth place went to X-Men: Dark Phoenix which took a massive 72.6% drop from its already weak opening to take in $9M. It now sits at $51.76M domestic and $204.26M global.
Rocketman landed in fifth place with $8.8M bringing its domestic total to $66.14M. Globally it sits at $133.14 off of a $40M budget.
This week’s wide-releases will be Anna, Child’s Play, and Toy Story 4.