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'Fantastic Four' Movie fails to exhibit superpowers at box office

Marvel's latest movie 'Fantastic Four' has failed to move 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' from its top box office spot.

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Jamie Bell as The Thing in 'Fantastic Four' play

Jamie Bell as The Thing in 'Fantastic Four'

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Marvel's superhero reboot, 'Fantastic Four'  opened below expectations over the weekend.

Projected to a $30-$40 million box office opening, the movie took the second second place spot with an estimated $26.2 million.

Banner for 'Fantastic Four' play

Banner for 'Fantastic Four'

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'Fantastic Four' which reportedly cost at least $120 million to produce, is the lowest US opening for a Marvel-related movie since the 2012 'Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance.'

Last weekend's top movie 'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation', remained No. 1 with an estimated $29.4 million.

Check out last weekend's box office report;

1. Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation $29.4 million

2. Fantastic Four $26.2 million

3. The Gift $12 million

4. Vacation $9.1 million

5. Ant-Man $7.8 million

6. Minions $7.4 million

7. Ricki and the Flash $7 million

8. Trainwreck $6.3 million

9. Pixels $5.4 million

10. Southpaw $4.8 million

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