Animated dogs beat out mutants at the box office this weekend asSecret Life of Pets 2toppedX-Men: Dark Phoenix.
The animated sequel raked in $47.11 million over the weekend, a far cry from the $104 million the first film made in its opening weekend three years ago.
X-Men didn't do that well either, in fact, the film fizzled and had the worst debut in franchise history making only $33 million.
The number three movie was "Aladdin," followed by "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" and "Rocketman" rounded out the top five.
According to Deadline X-Men is bound to lose 100 million:
"Even though Dark Phoenix is the No. 1 winner around the globe with $140M –down substantially from the worldwide launches ofX-Men: Days of Future Past($262.9M),Logan($247.4M) andX-Men: Apocalypse($166.6M), finance experts tell us that the tale of Jean Grey will burn out with an estimated $100M-$120M loss after ancillaries, off a combined production and P&A estimated cost of $350M+ (which includes reshoots). Final global B.O. is projected at $300M-$325M, with one film finance suit telling us “If it drops like a stone, $285M. Don’t forget it was a holiday in China, and even that was pretty low ($45.7M).”