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Films generate earnings from numerous earnings streams, consisting of staged exhibit, house video clip, television broadcast legal rights and merchandising. Nevertheless, theatrical ticket office profits are the primary metric for profession publications in examining the success of a movie, mainly because of the schedule of the data as compared to sales numbers for house video and also broadcast civil liberties, but additionally due to historic technique. Consisted of on the list are graphes of the top ticket office earners (ranked by both the nominal and also genuine value of their revenue), a graph of high-grossing movies by calendar year, a timeline revealing the change of the highest-grossing movie document, and a chart of the highest-grossing film franchise business and series. All graphes are ranked by international theatrical box office performance where possible, leaving out income stemmed from home video, broadcasting rights and merchandise.

1. Box Office: 'Cars 3' Cruises Toward $50M-Plus Debut; Tupac Biopic 'All Eyez on Me' Could Top $30M

Elsewhere, Sony's R-rated female comedy 'Rough Night' is getting devoured by Mandy Moore shark thriller '47 Meters Down,' while 'Wonder Woman' soars past the $500 million mark globally.

2. Box Office: 'The Mummy's' U.S. Demise Puts Universal's New Dark Universe on Notice

The reboot, starring Tom Cruise, unraveled in its domestic debut with an estimated $32.2 million.

3. Weekend Box Office: 'The Mummy' Entombed With $32M U.S. Debut

The Tom Cruise-led 'Mummy' reboot fared far better overseas, opening to nearly $142 million internationally; 'Wonder Woman' easily stays No. 1 in North America after falling a scant 45 percent in its second weekend.

4. Box-Office Preview: 'Wonder Woman' Readies for $95M-Plus U.S. Debut

The female-centric superhero film is one of the few Hollywood tentpoles to ever be directed by a woman; overseas, 'Wonder Woman' opens to $6.3 million in its first Asian markets.

5. 'Wonder Woman' Headed for Big Israel Opening as Country Rallies Behind Gal Gadot

Warner Bros. could have its biggest weekend debut in the country in years, with even Tel Aviv's Azrieli Center skyscraper lit up for the star.

6. Box Office: 'Pirates 5' Clears $78M in U.S.; 'Baywatch' Capsizes With $23M

Memorial Day revenue at the domestic box office falls to its lowest level in nearly two decades; overseas, 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' makes up ground with a $208.4 million launch.

7. Box-Office Milestone: 'Beauty and the Beast' Twirls Past $500M in the U.S.

The live-action update of the classic animated film now ranks No. 8 on the list of all-time top earners domestically, not accounting for inflation.

8. Box-Office Bomb: 'King Arthur' Opens to Disastrous $15M Behind 'Snatched'

'King Arthur' is a flop of epic proportions after costing $175 million to make; 'Snatched' enjoyed a huge Mother's Day spike to land at $19.5 million. Holdover 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' easily beat both new offerings.

9. Hollywood Box Office Collection -Office Preview: 'Logan Lucky' to Battle 'Hitman's Bodyguard' for No. 1

Steven Soderbergh's first film in four years, 'Logan Lucky' features an all-star cast that includes Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Riley Keough and Daniel Craig.

10. Alicia Vikander's 'Tulip Fever' Gets Wide Labor Day Release

That means the long holiday won't be bereft of any new nationwide offerings at the box office.

11. South Korea Box Office: Local Drama 'A Taxi Driver' Becomes Top Film of 2017

The closer for the 21st Fantasia Film Festival has earned $54.8 million in two weeks, crossing 8 million admissions to become the year's biggest draw in the Asian country.

12. China Box Office: 'Wolf Warrior 2' Wins Third Weekend, Marches Towards $700M

'The Adventurers,' a jewelry heist flick from Warner Bros' Chinese joint venture Flagship Entertainment, opened in third place with a healthy $22.4 million.

13. Weekend Box Office: 'Annabelle: Creation' Scares Off August Blues With $35M

Still, it's another down weekend at the box office as 'The Nut Job 2' misses and holdovers like 'The Dark Tower' and 'Detroit' continue to flail.