2 Wonder Woman 6/2/2017 Warner Bros. Action PG-13 $402,908,376 46,579,003
4 Spider-Man: Homecoming 7/7/2017 Sony Pictures Action PG-13 $309,801,381 35,815,188
5 Despicable Me 3 6/30/2017 Universal Comedy PG $249,700,520 28,867,112
14 Dunkirk 7/21/2017 Warner Bros. Action PG-13 $158,808,079 18,359,315
15 Cars 3 6/16/2017 Walt Disney Adventure G $148,523,767 17,170,377
16 War for the Planet of the Apes 7/14/2017 20th Century Fox Action PG-13 $138,947,203 16,063,260
18 Transformers: The Last Knight 6/21/2017 Paramount Pictures Action PG-13 $129,928,855 15,020,676
23 Baby Driver 6/28/2017 Sony Pictures Thriller/Suspense R $100,833,441 11,657,045
24 Girls Trip 7/21/2017 Universal Comedy R $100,142,145 11,577,126
27 The Mummy 6/9/2017 Universal Adventure PG-13 $80,101,125 9,260,245
Doesn't look too bad to me, so far.
I find that I just don't have much enthusiasm for the cinema offerings.
Not unless they improve their quality control. All the made-for-Netflix films I have seen have been poor. Their TV shows, on the other hand are quite good.Is Bright the shape of things to come? A major star making a movie for Netflix rather than the cinemas.
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