Mission: Impossible – Fallout quite possibly is the best film of the entire series. That’s a crazy statement to say figuring it’s the sixth installment in the Tom Cruise-led franchise; but at least financially, it’s true. The Christopher McQuarrie written and directed film made it’s debut with $61.5 million domestically, the highest that any of the films has every premiered with. Internationally the movie is already sitting at $153 million and it hasn’t even hit China, which it will do at the end of August. I hope this means we’ll see another.

The rest of the Top Ten couldn’t come close to going up against the action packed juggernaut as you can see below.

1.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout
$61,500,000

2.
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!
$15,000,000

3.
The Equalizer 2
$14,000,000

4.
Hotel Transylvania 3
$12,305,000

5.
Teen Titans Go! to the Movies
$10,510,000

6.
Ant-Man and the Wasp
$8,400,000

7.
Incredibles 2
$7,157,000

8.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
$6,775,000

9.
Skyscraper
$5,400,000

10.
The First Purge
$2,230,000

Next weekend, we have the premiere of The Darkest Minds, Christopher Robin, and The Spy Who Dumped Me. The latter two have a strong chance at topping MI6, especially Christopher Robin because it looks so darned cute. Find out what happens at the next edition of Weekend Roundup.

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