On an estimated budget of almost $100 million, Robin Hood has just managed an opening weekend that’s barely bested 1993’s Robin Hood: Men in Tights. The franchise nonstarter reportedly finished the weekend with a seventh-place weekend of about $9 million, taking in only $14.2 million since its Wednesday opening. It was topped by that Mark Wahlberg-Rose Byrne adoption movie’s second weekend and Bohemian Rhapsody‘s fourth weekend—and both those films cost about half as much. Whoops!
Anyway, Ralph Breaks the Internet took the top spot with $55.6 million ($84.5 million since Wednesday) and Creed II took second with $35.3 million ($55.8 million since Wednesday), followed by Dr. Seuss’s The Grinch and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.