In what was expected, Spider-Man: Homecoming took the No. 1 spot at the box office this weekend with a whopping $117 million.

Although it was a big opening for a Spider-Man movie, Homecoming still trails behind 2007’s Spider-Man 3, which opened with $151 million. Internationally, Homecoming had a strong opening, with a foreign haul of $140 million.

Second place went to Despicable Me 3 with $34 million, while the indie movie that could Baby Driver came in third with $12.7 million. This brings the film’s total domestic earnings to $56.9 million, making the Edgar Wright’s music-driven heist movie his highest earning film yet.

Still going strong, Wonder Woman took fourth with $10.1 million, for a total domestic haul of $368.8 million, the highest grossing DCEU movie ever. And rounding out top five was Transformers: The Last Knight with an estimated $6.3 million. The latest Transformers film has earned an estimated worldwide total of $494.6 million.

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