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Men in Black: International Suffers From Sequel Slump

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Men in Black: International Suffers From Sequel Slump

Men in Black: International Suffers From Sequel Slump

It seems franchise fatigue is plaguing the box office.

In another slow weekend, Men in Black: International is set to top the charts with $28 million after earning $10.3 million on Friday.

Other franchise sequels struggle in a similar manner.Men in Black: International reunites Thor: Ragnarok co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.

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