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The Fox sequel, directed by Roland Emmerich, grossed $3.5 million, which was less than the opening-weekend figures for similar movies, such as San Andreas or Edge of Tomorrow.
International Weekend 6/26/16
|1. Independence Day: Resurgence||$102.1M||$102.1M|
|2. Now You See Me 2||$50.9M||$107.7M|
|3. Finding Dory||$37.0M||$110.3M|
|4. The Conjuring 2||$21.0M||$156.0M|
|5. Me Before You||$17.5M||$60.1M|
|6. The Secret Life of Pets||$15.2M||$15.2M|
|7. Three (2016)||$9.5M||$9.5M|
|9. Central Intelligence||$4.7M||$14.3M|
|10. X-Men: Apocalypse||$3.6M||$374.6M|
The figure was just slightly better than the debut weekend gross of the previous frame’s champion, Disney’s Finding Dory, which scored the lowest-opening gross for a film placing No. 1 in 10 weeks.
Andrew Stanton’s sequel to the 2003 Pixar hit Finding Nemo, Finding Dory slipped to No. 2, taking in $1.7 million in its second session for a cume of $6.4 million.
Lionsgate’s Now You See Me 2 fell to third place, collecting $969,000 in its third outing for a cume of $14.1 million.
James Wan’s The Conjuring 2 dipped to No. 4, as the Warner Bros. follow-up to the original 2013 horror hit took in $750,000 in its second frame for a cume of $3.2 million.
The local comedy Zavtrak u papy (Breakfast at Dad’s), directed by Maria Kravchenko, opened in fifth place with $481,000.
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