Wonder Woman was the top grosser for the second straight weekend.

Warner Bros.' (TWX)  "Wonder Woman" was able to top the domestic box office for the second weekend in a row, bringing in $57.2 million in North America, according to Box Office Mojo. The debut of NBCUniversal's (CMCSA - Get Report) "The Mummy" took the number two spot at the domestic box office, earning $32.2 million over the weekend. 

While The Mummy, which had a production budget of $125 million, failed to dominate the domestic box office, globally the film brought in more than $141 million, bringing its total global sales to $174.1 million. 

"Wonder Woman" has has brought in $435.2 million at the box office worldwide. 

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