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    Spider-Man: Homecoming Rocks Opening Weekend Box Office

    Spider-Man just moved to the top of his class at the box office. (Like that was unexpected)

    Thanks to Iron Man Influence Spider-Man: Homecoming is projected to earn $117 million from 4,348 locations in North America in its opening weekend. That’s well above the studio estimates of $80-90 million for the film (Studio needs higher up its hopes), which carries a $175 million production budget.

    These numbers make Spider-Man: Homecoming the second-largest domestic opening for a Sony Pictures film ever behind Spider-Man 3‘s $151 million in 2007.

    Spider-Man: Homecoming earned $15.4 million from early screenings on Thursday night, which is the third-highest Thursday night preview gross of 2017 behind Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($17 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($16.3 million). The film is estimated to have earned $51.5 million by the end of Friday.

    With Spider-Man: Homecoming being the only major debut this weekend, last week’s chart-topper Despicable Me 3 holds onto the number two spot. DespicableMe 3 earned about $11.4 million on Friday and is set to earn $37.3 million in its second weekend, propelling its box office total to $152.4 million.

    Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver continues to perform well. The film slides from number two to number three this week, earning $3.9 million on Friday and an estimated $13 million over the weekend for a box office total of $57.1 million.

    DC Film’s latest, Wonder Woman, maintains its place in the top five. Wonder Woman is clinging to the fourth place spot with $2.9 million on Friday and an estimated $9.9 million for the weekend, bringing the DC Extended Universe’s highest domestic grossing film to $368.6 million in total.

    Transformers: The Last Knight managed to keep within the top five, dropping from third place to fifth with a $1.8 million Friday total and $6 million for the weekend.

    Cars 3 slips into the sixth place spot. Pixar’s latest earned $1.7 million on Friday and is set for $5.6 million over the weekend.

    Keep reading to see how the top five films stack up at the box office this weekend.

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