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Male, woman looked for in Las Vegas lottery ticket fraud


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class =” picture” src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Suspect_t318.jpg “alt=” Image “/ > CITY COPS This female is looked for in a lottery fraud. By< a rel=" author" href=" https://lasvegassun.com/staff/ricardo-torres/" title=" Ricardo Torres-Cortez staff page” > Ricardo Torres-Cortez( contact)

Tuesday, March 6, 2018|8:15 p.m.

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rip-off. A minimum of two victims last month were approached by a woman claiming to have a $1 million winning lotto ticket, which she needed assistance cashing.

By the end of the interaction, the female and a second suspect would flee, while the victims were bilked from their own money– with hopes of a windfall dashed.

To catch the wrongdoers, City Cops on Tuesday launched security images of a male and a lady, requesting for the public’s aid to determine them.

On at least two celebrations– Feb. 9 and Feb. 14– the female suspect approached Hispanic women and told them that she had a winning lotto ticket but couldn’t cash it due to the fact that she is undocumented, cops said. That’s when the male suspect would approach them, offering his support.

They would then enter into his automobile– a black four-door sedan– and a telephone call would be made to a third suspect who would allegedly validate the payouts, authorities said. The suspects would then drive the victim to obtain cash to spend for the services supplied by the caller.

Once they turned over the money, they would drive her to a home or organisation to “get the items that will complete the business deal while the suspects (left) the area,” police stated.

Anybody with information is asked to call authorities at 702-828-3483. To stay confidential, contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.

'' Black Panther ' blows away ticket office with $192M weekend

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018|4 p.m.

New York City– A wave of feverish anticipation, fawning vital honor and groundbreaking cultural significance pushed “Black Panther” to a record-setting $192 million launching in U.S. and Canada theaters, strongly developing the superhero sensation as a box-office landmark.

The Marvel movie from the Walt Disney Co. blew past expectations to become the fifth-highest-grossing launching ever, not adjusting for inflation, following only “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Jurassic World” and “The Avengers.”

In price quotes Sunday, Disney predicted a four-day holiday weekend of $218 million locally and a worldwide launching of $361 million.

Though the movie’s international footprint doesn’t consist of several of the biggest markets– China, Russia and Japan– it still ranks among the top 15 worldwide debuts ever. It’s also the highest-grossing February opening weekend.

“All hail the King of Wakanda!” Disney declared, referring to the movie’s mythical and extremely advanced African nation.

Ryan Coogler’s movie, which cost about $200 million to make, is the most pricey movie with a largely black ensemble and amongst the couple of to be centered on a black superhero. The strong opening recommends “Black Panther” will quickly set a box-office record for movies directed by a black filmmaker.

The previous best is Sidney Poitier’s 1980 comedy “Stir Crazy,” which took in $322 million domestically, when inflation is computed.

“Black Panther” set pre-sale records and saw lines around theaters over the weekend, including some who came costumed for the occasion.

“This is the really meaning of a blockbuster: People lining up around the block to see a great motion picture,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for comScore. “A motion picture like ‘Black Panther’ is a cultural event that nothing on the small screen can really match in that way.”

Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa/ Black Panther in the very first stand-alone film for the superhero developed by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966. The cast also includes Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Daniel Kaluuya and Letitia Wright.

The movie has actually been hugely well-known, with a 97 percent fresh rating from Rotten Tomatoes. Audiences agreed, giving it an A-plus CinemaScore. The film especially resonated among African-Americans, who made up 37 percent of moviegoers, according to comScore.

Dave Hollis, distribution chief for Disney, called the film’s success “a real source of pride” for Disney.

“Inclusion and representation matters,” Hollis said. “We know that great stories can originate from anywhere, and our goal is to make films that show the terrific variety of our world and resonate with audiences all over– no matter who they are, no matter where they originate from.”

Coming at among the slower durations of the year, “Black Panther” took advantage of little competitors, and it can be expected to control the market for weeks.

Recently’s top film, the erotic romance follow up “Fifty Shades Freed,” slid to 3rd location, with $16.9 million in its 2nd week for Universal. Sony’s kids’s book adjustment “Peter Bunny” held much more powerful, taking the No. 2 area with $17.3 million in its 2nd week.

But moviegoers– and Hollywood– were focused on “Black Panther,” including how it would fare overseas. Though considered by most to be an out-of-date misconception, some have actually claimed that foreign audiences have less cravings for films with largely black casts.

“Black Panther” overcome those ideas with $169 million in ticket sales. It was No. 1 in most global markets, though “Fifty Tones Freed” bested it in Germany.

Its release in China will come later on. This weekend, the Chinese New Year holiday, local productions led by “Detective Chinatown 2” and “Monster Hunt 2” controlled Chinese theaters, with more than $140 million in ticket sales each.

“Black Panther” likewise carried out especially well on large-format screens. Imax reported $30 million in ticket sales for the three-day weekend.

“There was a groundswell of desiring this film to work, then when it actually did as a movie, itself, it just kicked it up a notch to a level no one might have ever anticipated,” said Greg Foster, Imax Home entertainment’s chief executive. “That makes me feel really good about the motion picture organisation.”

Approximated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Where readily available, the most recent worldwide numbers for Friday through Sunday likewise are included. Last four-day domestic figures will be released Tuesday.

1. “Black Panther,” $192 million ($169 million worldwide).

2. “Peter Rabbit,” $17.3 million.

3. “Fifty Shades Freed,” $16.9 million ($47.7 million international).

4. “Jumanji Thanks For Visiting the Jungle,” $7.9 million ($4.8 million global).

5. “The 15:17 to Paris,” $7.7 million ($2.8 million worldwide).

6. “The Greatest Showman,” $5.1 million ($9.6 million international).

7. “Early Man,” $3.2 million ($3.7 million international).

8. “Maze Runner: The Death Remedy,” $2.5 million ($11 million worldwide).

9. “Winchester,” $2.2 million.

10. “Samson,” $2 million.


Approximated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at global theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada), inning accordance with comScore:

1. “Black Panther,” $169 million.

2. “Investigator Chinatown 2,” $155 million.

3. “Monster Hunt 2,” $141 million.

4. “Operation Red Sea,” $70.3 million.

5. “The Monkey King 3: Kingdom of Women,” $52.3 million.

6. “Fifty Tones Freed,” $47.7 million.

7. “Boonie Bears: The Big Shrink,” $32.6 million.

8. “The Shape of Water,” $12.3 million.

9. “Labyrinth Runner: The Death Treatment,” $11 million.

10. “The Best Showman,” $9.6 million.

Male wins $1 million on scratch-off ticket, dies 3 weeks later

(Source: CNN) Donald Savastano
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“title =”( Source: CNN) Donald Savastano “border =” 0″src =”/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/15939633_G.png” width=”180″/ > (Source: CNN) Donald Savastano (WBNG/Meredith)– At the start of this month, Donald Savastano felt like one lucky man.”This is going to alter our lives, to inform you the truth,” he stated.

He ‘d just won a million dollars on a New york city Lottery game’s Merry Millionaire scratch-off ticket, and he had some ideas for exactly what he ‘d make with his earnings.

“I’m probably going to go get a new truck and I don’t know most likely go on getaway,” he said.

Dannielle Scott, the shop’s cashier, stated his plans likewise included a trip to the medical professional.

“He was self-employed. He didn’t have insurance coverage. He hadn’t been feeling helpful for a while I guess, when he got the cash he entered to the doctor,” Scott stated.

The news he obtained from the medical professional wasn’t excellent. Savastano discovered he had phase four cancer.

On Friday, Savastano died. He ‘d won the lotto simply 23 days previously.

“I was hoping that the money was possibly gon na conserve his life. I just hope that they can use the cash and can provide him the best, he was a great individual. He deserved it. I simply wish he had more time with it,” Scott said.

Scott and others continue to keep in mind the guy who got so ecstatic about his big win.

“I seen the prize on there and I was like ‘astounding,” Savastano had stated, simply weeks earlier.

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Guy fools police officers with car made from snow, gets fake ticket

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title=” (Credit: Simon Laprise, Facebook )” border= “0” src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/01/15849932_G.png” width=” 180″/ > (Credit: Simon Laprise, Facebook). (Meredith )– A Canadian man who wanted to confuse snow removers with a vehicle he made entirely of snow, tricked the

police rather. Simon Laprise created a life-size design of a DeLorean DMC-12, made popular in the “Back to the Future” movies, utilizing a bunch of snow outside his Montreal home.

It looked quite believable, at least to one police who drove by.

A hilarious photo posted on Facebook reveals the law enforcement officer looking at the “DeLorean” parked in a snow removal zone. He apparently called for back up, due to the fact that another patrol car came to the scene.

The cop examined the automobile and soon found it was just a snow sculpture.

Laprise, a 33-year-old machinist, still got a ticket– however it was phony much like his automobile. The citation read: “You made our night hahahahaha:-RRB-“

The next morning, Laprise stated snow plows ruined his production, showing all advantages must eventually concern an end.

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Ticket Office Top 20: '' Thor: Ragnarok ' commands $122.7 million


Nov. 6, 2017|5:15 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– The God of Thunder had an even mightier opening weekend than expected. “Thor: Ragnarok,” the 3rd movie in the series, scored a franchise best with a robust $122.7 million debut, making it the fourth-biggest opening of 2017.

The Walt Disney Co. and Marvel movie easily took the top spot for the weekend. In 2nd location was “A Bad Mommies Christmas,” with $16.8 million. The sequel to last year’s sleeper struck “Bad Mothers” opened on Wednesday and has actually netted $21.3 million to this day.

Rounding out the leading five were “Jigsaw,” in third with $6.6 million, “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” in fourth with $4.5 million and “Geostorm” in 5th with $3.2 million.

The leading 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by circulation studio, gross, variety of theater areas, average invoices per area, overall gross and number of weeks in release, as assembled Monday by comScore:

1. “Thor: Ragnarok,” Disney, $122,744,989, 4,080 locations, $30,085 average, $122,744,989, 1 Week.

2. “A Bad Mommies Christmas,” STX Entertainment, $16,759,161, 3,615 places, $4,636 average, $21,285,267, 1 Week.

3. “Jigsaw,” Lionsgate, $6,558,146, 2,941 areas, $2,230 average, $28,694,617, 2 Weeks.

4. “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween,” Lionsgate, $4,541,190, 2,202 locations, $2,062 average, $42,849,613, 3 Weeks.

5. “Geostorm,” Warner Bros., $3,194,031, 2,666 locations, $1,198 average, $28,929,372, 3 Weeks.

6. “Happy Death Day,” Universal, $2,699,715, 2,184 places, $1,236 average, $52,853,220, 4 Weeks.

7. “Blade Runner 2049,” Warner Bros., $2,321,372, 1,464 places, $1,586 average, $85,542,502, 5 Weeks.

8. “Thank You For Your Service,” Universal, $2,207,855, 2,083 areas, $1,060 average, $7,302,585, 2 Weeks.

9. “Just The Brave,” Sony, $1,920,075, 2,073 locations, $926 average, $15,300,542, 3 Weeks.

10. “Let There Be Light,” Atlas Circulation Business, $1,697,448, 642 areas, $2,644 average, $4,089,804, 2 Weeks.

11. “The Foreigner,” STX Entertainment, $1,596,414, 1,456 areas, $1,096 average, $31,994,397, 4 Weeks.

12. “Victoria And Abdul,” Focus Characteristic, $1,206,935, 796 areas, $1,516 average, $19,861,654, 7 Weeks.

13. “Suburbicon,” Paramount, $1,185,036, 2,046 locations, $579 average, $5,081,606, 2 Weeks.

14. “LBJ,” Vertical Entertainment, $1,110,565, 659 places, $1,685 average, $1,110,565, 1 Week.

15. “It,” Warner Bros., $1,001,288, 1,081 areas, $926 average, $325,879,722, 9 Weeks.

16. “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” 20th Century Fox, $818,414, 802 places, $1,020 average, $98,682,466, 7 Weeks.

17. “American Made,” Universal, $799,595, 663 areas, $1,206 average, $49,979,430, 6 Weeks.

18. “Lego Ninjago Motion Picture,” Warner Bros., $793,007, 835 locations, $950 average, $57,511,830, 7 Weeks.

19. “The Florida Task,” A24, $633,735, 189 places, $3,353 average, $2,996,678, 5 Weeks.

20. “My Little Pony: The Movie,” Lionsgate, $602,945, 785 areas, $768 average, $20,861,496, 5 Weeks.

'' Tyler Perry ' s Boo 2 ' frightens competitors at ticket office


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This image shows Tyler Perry as Madea in “Tyler Perry’s Boo! 2 A Madea Halloween.”

Monday, Oct. 23, 2017|5:03 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” opened in top place this weekend with $21.2 million from North American theaters, beating out spectacle and star-driven beginners like “Geostorm,” “Just the Brave” and “The Snowman.”

The catastrophe epic “Geostorm” tumbled with $13.7 million versus a reported $120 million production budget plan in its first weekend in theaters. The long-delayed pic starring Gerard Butler did not get in touch with critics or audiences.

The scary pic “Pleased Death Day” took third location with $9.4 million in its 2nd weekend in theaters, while “Blade Runner 2049” fell to No. 4 in its third week with $7.4 million.

The fact-based firefighter drama “Just the Brave” completed the top 5 with $6 million from evictions, while the crime thriller adjustment “The Snowman” launched in 8th location with just $3.4 million.

The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, variety of theater places, average receipts per place, overall gross and variety of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by comScore:

1. “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween,” Lionsgate, $21,226,953, 2,388 places, $8,889 average, $21,226,953, 1 week.

2. “Geostorm,” Warner Bros., $13,707,376, 3,246 locations, $4,223 average, $13,707,376, 1 week.

3. “Pleased Death Day,” Universal, $9,363,415, 3,298 places, $2,839 average, $40,672,780, 2 weeks.

4. “Blade Runner 2049,” Warner Bros., $7,353,151, 3,203 areas, $2,296 average, $74,203,354, 3 weeks.

5. “Only The Brave,” Sony, $6,002,665, 2,577 places, $2,329 average, $6,002,665, 1 week.

6. “The Foreigner,” STX Home entertainment, $5,787,447, 2,515 places, $2,301 average, $23,181,700, 2 weeks.

7. “It,” Warner Bros., $3,451,663, 2,560 places, $1,348 average, $320,186,279, 7 weeks.

8. “The Snowman,” Universal, $3,372,565, 1,812 areas, $1,861 average, $3,372,565, 1 week.

9. “American Made,” Universal, $3,131,650, 2,559 locations, $1,224 average, $45,473,385, 4 weeks.

10. “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” 20th Century Fox, $3,011,307, 2,318 locations, $1,299 average, $94,580,239, 5 weeks.

11. “The Mountain Between United States,” 20th Century Fox, $2,773,757, 3,151 locations, $880 average, $25,552,642, 3 weeks.

12. “Same Sort of Different as Me,” Pure Flix, $2,591,985, 1,362 areas, $1,903 average, $2,591,985, 1 week.

13. “The Lego Ninjago Movie,” Warner Bros., $2,226,261, 2,102 areas, $1,059 average, $54,709,763, 5 weeks.

14. “Victoria and Abdul,” Focus Features, $2,126,115, 1,060 areas, $2,006 average, $14,836,649, 5 weeks.

15. “My Little Pony: The Film,” Lionsgate, $2,027,064, 2,301 places, $881 average, $18,556,663, 3 weeks.

16. “Marshall,” Open Road, $1,482,383, 821 areas, $1,806 average, $5,434,374, 2 weeks.

17. “Golmaal Again,” Reliance Big Home Entertainment PVT. Ltd., $1,013,893, 267 locations, $3,797 average, $1,013,893, 1 week.

18. “Secret Super Star,” Zee Studios International, $764,152, 211 locations, $3,622 average, $764,152, 1 week.

19. “Mersal,” GOAL Distribution, $696,410, 143 areas, $4,870 average, $696,410, 1 week.

20. “The Florida Task,” A24, $602,171, 112 areas, $5,377 average, $1,340,794, 3 weeks.

'' Delighted Death Day ' scares off ' Blade Runner ' at ticket office

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017|6:19 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Package office may be struggling this year, but the horror category lives and well.

This weekend the “Groundhog Day”-like scary pic “Happy Death Day” scored a first-place surface, going beyond expectations and blowing the much costlier and star-driven “Blade Runner 2049” from the water.

Studio estimates Sunday show “Delighted Death Day” took in $26.5 million from 3,149 North American theaters. With a $5 million production cost, “Delighted Death Day” is already a hit.

With a PG-13 ranking, the movie scored big with more youthful audiences– 63 percent were under 25.

It’s the most recent success story from Blumhouse Productions, which earlier this year launched “Split” and “Get Out,” with the help of Universal Pictures, which dispersed.

Jim Orr, executive vice president of domestic circulation for Universal, stated “Pleased Death Day” is an original movie that’s reimaging the category.

“It’s as much thriller as it is horror movie. It’s frightening, it’s amusing, and it has an extremely clever script that is effectively executed,” Orr stated. “Blumhouse owns this space no doubt about it, and they do this much better than anyone regularly.”

The movie likewise had the advantage of coming on the heels of the massive success of “It,” which has actually made $314.9 million domestically to date. The “Happy Death Day” trailer played in front of “It” at theaters, which “tremendously increased” audience awareness, stated comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

Horror continues to be one of the bright spots throughout a roller-coaster year at the box workplace.

“This is a horror gold rush at the theaters,” Dergarabedian said. “It’s been possibly the most consistently favorable story this year.”

One movie that does not look destined for a delighted ending is “Blade Runner 2049,” which fell 54 percent in its second weekend in theaters, including $15.1 million to bring its domestic overall to $60.6 million.

The movie was an expensive venture with a production price tag north of $150 million and was well-reviewed by critics. However it couldn’t handle to attract significant audiences beyond the fans of the 1982 original, which was also a flop upon release.

Jackie Chan’s “The Immigrant” debuted in third location with $12.8 million from 2,515 screens, while “It” landed in fourth place in its sixth weekend in theaters.

The Kate Winslet and Idris Elba disaster pic “The Mountain Between United States” rounded out the top five with $5.7 million.

Other brand-new releases landed outside the top 10. The Thurgood Marshall biopic “Marshall” took in a promising $3 million from 821 theaters.

“Marshall is off to a solid start,” said Open Roadway Films CEO Tom Ortenberg in a statement. “We expect Marshall to hold extremely well and run well into the fall.”

However the Marvel Lady creator biopic “Teacher Marston and the Marvel Woman” cannot capitalize from the huge success of “Wonder Lady” previously this year. The movie earned only $737,000 from over 1,200 areas.

“Goodbye Christopher Robin,” about author A.A. Milne and the creation of the precious children’s books and characters, likewise got off to a bad start with $56,000 from 9 theaters.

“October is off to a sluggish start,” Dergarabedian stated.

Approximated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, inning accordance with comScore. Where offered, the latest global numbers for Friday through Sunday are likewise consisted of. Last domestic figures will be released Monday.

1.”Happy Death Day,” $26.5 million ($5 million worldwide).

2.”Blade Runner 2049,” $15.1 million ($29.3 million international).

3.”The Foreigner,” $12.8 million ($5.2 million worldwide).

4.”It,” $6.1 million ($10.4 million worldwide).

5.”The Mountain In between Us,” $5.7 million ($4.1 million international).

6.”American Made,” $5.4 million ($3.2 million global).

7.”Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” $5.3 million ($15.6 million worldwide).

8.”The Lego Ninjago Movie,” $4.3 million ($9.5 million international).

9.”My Little Pony: The Motion picture,” $4 million ($4.9 million international).

10.”Victoria and Abdul,” $3.1 million ($1.9 million international).


Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at worldwide theaters (leaving out the U.S. and Canada), according to comScore:

1. “Never Say Pass away,” $30 million.

2. “Blade Runner 2049,” $29.3 million.

3. “Bad Genius,” $16.9 million.

4. “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” $15.6 million.

5. “It,” $10.4 million.

6. “The Lego Ninjago Motion picture,” $9.5 million.

7. “Geostorm,” $9.1 million.

8. “The Snowman,” $9 million.

9. “The Outlaws,” $8.3 million.

10. “Chasing the Dragon,” $7.7 million.


Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a system of Comcast Corp.; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are systems of Sony Corp.; Paramount is owned by Viacom Inc.; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are owned by 21st Century Fox; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a group of previous creditors including Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Home entertainment Corp.; IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc.; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.

Mayweather, McGregor ticket prices dropping

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Conor McGregor are scheduled to eliminate Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena. (File)” border=”0″ width=”180″/ > Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor are scheduled to fight Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena. (File). LAS VEGAS (AP)-. Ticket costs for Saturday’s 154-pound fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are trending down, with lots of listed below the initial sale price.

Some tickets at the T-Mobile arena could be had for as low as $1,100, while seats closer to the action were being listed on secondary markets for less than they originally cost. A day before the fight, there were also numerous tickets left at the box workplace.

Jesse Lawrence of TicketIQ, a reseller and market analysis site, said promoters misjudged their market when they priced the arena from $2,500 in the upper areas to $10,000 at ringside. He said approximately 10 percent of the 20,000-seat arena remained for sale.

There were also lots of closed circuit seats offered at hotels owned by MGM Resorts at $150 each.

While ticket sales have actually been spotty, the battle is still expected to do huge numbers on pay-per-view. Up to 50 million people are expected to view the bout in the United States alone.

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Ticket office Top 20: '' Dunkirk ' leads the pack


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Monday, July 24, 2017|5:12 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– The news was good for 2 of the three brand-new openers this weekend.

Christopher Nolan’s The second world war epic “Dunkirk” topped the charts with $50.5 million, while the friend funny “Girls Trip” earned $31.2 million to take 2nd place. Both well-reviewed movies fell modest expectations.

However things were not so bright for Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.” The costly sci-fi phenomenon pulled in only $17 million for a fifth-place start behind holdovers “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which drew $22.2 million, and “War for the World of the Apes,” which earned $20.9 million.

The leading 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by circulation studio, gross, variety of theater locations, average invoices per location, total gross and variety of weeks in release, as assembled Monday by comScore:

1. “Dunkirk,” Warner Bros., $50,513,488, 3,720 places, $13,579 average, $50,513,488, 1 Week.

2. “Girls Journey,” Universal, $31,201,920, 2,591 areas, $12,042 average, $31,201,920, 1 Week.

3. “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Sony, $22,150,085, 4,130 places, $5,363 average, $251,851,666, 3 Weeks.

4. “War For The Planet Of The Apes,” 20th Century Fox, $20,884,223, 4,100 areas, $5,094 average, $98,235,137, 2 Weeks.

5. “Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Strategy,” STX Home entertainment, $17,007,624, 3,553 locations, $4,787 average, $17,007,624, 1 Week.

6. “Despicable Me 3,” Universal, $13,012,050, 3,525 places, $3,691 average, $213,620,275, 4 Weeks.

7. “Infant Motorist,” Sony, $6,070,912, 2,503 areas, $2,425 average, $84,304,851, 4 Weeks.

8. “The Huge Sick,” Lionsgate, $5,008,143, 2,597 places, $1,928 average, $24,547,521, 5 Weeks.

9. “Wonder Female,” Warner Bros., $4,608,028, 1,971 areas, $2,338 average, $389,011,307, 8 Weeks.

10. “Wish Upon,” Broad Green Pictures, $2,475,013, 2,154 locations, $1,149 average, $10,519,278, 2 Weeks.

11. “Automobiles 3,” Disney, $1,918,697, 1,294 places, $1,483 average, $144,013,262, 6 Weeks.

12. “Transformers: The Last Knight,” Paramount, $1,169,678, 1,025 places, $1,141 average, $127,606,483, 5 Weeks.

13. “Fidaa,” BlueSky Cinemas, $955,455, 130 locations, $7,350 average, $955,455, 1 Week.

14. “De Pere en Flic 2,” Home entertainment One Films, $570,740, 92 areas, $6,204 average, $2,429,031, 2 Weeks.

15. “Captain Underpants: The First Impressive Movie,” 20th Century Fox, $461,114, 291 areas, $1,585 average, $71,865,351, 8 Weeks.

16. “47 Meters Down,” Home entertainment Studios Movement Pictures, $447,820, 449 areas, $997 average, $42,272,276, 6 Weeks.

17. “Your home,” Warner Bros., $430,021, 453 areas, $949 average, $24,456,269, 4 Weeks.

18. “Maudie,” Sony Pictures Classics, $391,064, 233 places, $1,678 average, $4,065,731, 6 Weeks.

19. “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2,” Disney, $364,450, 268 areas, $1,360 average, $387,259,952, 12 Weeks.

20. “The Beguiled,” Focus Characteristic, $257,555, 331 places, $778 average, $10,160,989, 5 Weeks.