(LOS ANGELES) — Wonder Woman 1984 followed last week’s $16.7 million debut with just an estimated $5.5 million at the New Year’s weekend box office.
The sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman — starring Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal and Robin Wright — added an estimated $10.1 million overseas, bringing its worldwide total to $118.5 million.
Wonder Woman 1984 is also available to stream on HBO Max for the next 21 days, and while the streamer has reported a spike in subscriptions following its release, it has yet to provide any hard numbers.
Elsewhere, The Croods: A New Age delivered an estimated $2.2 million in its sixth week of release, which pushes the animated sequel’s earnings here in the states to $34.5 million and just under $115 million globally.
News of the World, the western starring Tom Hanks, collected an estimated $1.7 million, bringing its U.S. haul to $5.4 million.
Monster Hunter, Sony’s video game adaptation starring Milla Jovovich pulled in an estimated $1.2 million to bring its stateside total to $6.3 million.
The Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy-led psychological thriller Fatale, earned an estimated $700,000 in its third weekend of release, bringing its domestic total to $3.1 million.
By George Costantino
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