Director Joe Wright's big-budget fantasy-adventure "Pan" crashed and burned in its opening weekend, grossing just $15.5 million from 3,515 theaters across North America.
Starring Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund and Rooney Mara, Warner Bros.' "Peter Pan" prequel has received withering reviews, leading to a rating of 24 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. The film managed to squeeze out another $20.5 million in overseas markets.
Ridley Scott's sci-fi adventure "The Martian" topped the U.S. box office in its second weekend of release, raking in another $37 million; its domestic total now stands at $108.7 million. Genndy Tartakovsky animated comedy "Hotel Transylvania 2" followed, with $20.3 million in its third weekend in North America, bringing its domestic tally to $116.8 million -- and helping to push its global haul past $207 million.
"Pan" was third, with "The Intern" and "Sicario" rounding out the Top 5.