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    X-men: Apocalypse tops box office, alice through the looking glass bombs

    X-Men: Apocalypse was the clear victor at this weekend's box office, debuting with an estimated $65 million.

    According to Variety, Fox's mutant centric flick is expected to rake in over $76 million by the end of its first four days, failing to reach the $110.5 million figure that X-Men: Days of Future Past pulled in during its Memorial Day weekend debut in 2014.

    It's also worth noting that Apocalypse only had the sixth highest-grossing opening in the X-Men franchise, with Deadpool leading the pack and The Wolverine at the very bottom in ninth place.

    Meanwhile, Alice Through the Looking Glass performed well below expectations at the box office this weekend, placing second with a mere $28.1 million. Disney's live-action sequel is projected to earn $35 million over the four-day weekend, which doesn't bode well for the future of the franchise, especially when considering its $170 million budget.

    The film's predecessor, Alice in Wonderland, earned over $1 billion during its entire run, so Through the Looking Glass' box office flop has come as a bit of a shock to the studio. "Itís disappointing and itís head scratching to a certain degree," Disney distribution chief Dave Hollis said of the movie's weak debut.

    Last week's leader, The Angry Birds Movie dropped to third with $18.7 million, just ahead of Captain America: Civil War's $15.1 million figure.

    Here are this weekend's three-day Top 10 domestic box office estimates via comScore:

    1. X-Men: Apocalypse $65 million

    2. Alice Through the Looking Glass $28.1 million

    3. The Angry Birds Movie $18.7 million

    4. Captain America: Civil War $15.1 million

    5. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $9.1 million

    6. The Jungle Book $7 million

    7. The Nice Guys $6.4 million

    8. Money Monster $4.3 million

    9. Love & Friendship $2.5 million

    10. Zootopia $831,000
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    Havent got the chance to watch it.... Anyone watched it? I bet its good huh? No spoilers!

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