Russia Box Office: 'Finding Dory' Paddles to $3.4M
However, the pic landed the lowest opening gross for a film coming in No. 1 in 10 weeks.
Disney's Finding Dory debuted at the top of the Russian box office over the weekend.
However, Andrew Stanton's sequel to the 2003 Pixar hit Finding Nemo grossed only $3.4 million, landing the lowest opening gross for a film placing No. 1 in 10 weeks.
In early April, Warner Bros.' Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice took in only $1.8 million in its second frame, still staying atop of the weekend box office.
Lionsgate's Now You See Me 2 slipped to No. 2, grossing $2.4 million for a cume of $11.5 million. Russia remained the top international market for Jon M. Chu's magic caper movie.
James Wan's The Conjuring 2 opened in third place. Warner Bros.' sequel to the original 2013 horror hit collected $1.7 million.
The Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling mystery-buddy comedy The Nice Guys rose to No. 4, grossing $791,000 for a cume of $1.4 million.
Universal and Legendary's video game adaptation Warcraft slipped to No. 5, taking in $533,000 in its third frame for a gross of $21.7 million to date. The pic became the third-biggest Universal title ever in Russia and the 18th-highest-grossing title of all time.