'Pan' lacks magic in opening weekend box office
LOS ANGELES - There is no Neverland magic at the box office for "Pan."
The expensive fantasy earned $15.5 million in its opening weekend, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday. The Joe Wright-directed film cost an estimated $150 million to produce.
Ridley Scott's space adventure "The Martian" kept the top spot for the second week in a row with a solid $37 million, bringing its domestic total to $108.7 million.
"Hotel Transylvania 2" took second place in its third weekend in theaters with $20.3 million, bumping its total to $116.8 million. "Pan" came in at No. 3.
Nancy Meyers' workplace comedy "The Intern" earned $8.7 million, and the border thriller "Sicario" brought in $7.4 million, rounding out the top five.
Meanwhile, the high-wire spectacle "The Walk" faltered in wide release, with $3.7 million.
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