The final domestic numbers are in for Transformers: The Last Knight’s third weekend in theaters. The film collected $6,376,578 July 7-9 as nearly a thousand theaters dropped the film, including all IMAX showings, to make way for Spider-Man: Homecoming. By comparison, Age of Extinction collected $16,302,415 during its third weekend.
The Last Knight has now pushed forward to $118,993,338 domestically through the first 19 days, which is quite a step down from Age of Extinction’s $213,444,938 in the same amount of time. That film went on to take in a total of $245,439,076 by the end of its run in 2014.
Internationally, The Last Knight has earned $376.8 million, bringing the worldwide total to $495.8 million. After Age of Extinction’s third weekend, the film had totaled $752.3 million across the world.
The movie is still enjoying success in China however, earning $218.3 million so far. After the success of Age of Extinction, The Last Knight was marketed heavily to Chinese audiences.
The Last Knight has yet to be released in most of Latin America, Israel, Japan and Spain. The film opens in Egypt tomorrow (July 12).