'Pan' Does Not Fly But Martian Stays High

The fantasy 'Pan', costing an estimated $150 million to produce, earned $15.5 million in its opening weekend, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday making it one of the worst bombs of the year. Early tracking did not look promising for the Joe Wright-directed film but still predicted that "Pan" would open at least in the $20 million range.

"Pan" now ranks among 2015's biggest flops, including "Fantastic Four" and "Tomorrowland." International earnings don't look promising either. The film brought in a weak $20.5 million. For comparison, "The Martian" earned $58.1 million.

"This had a lot going against it," said Paul Dergarabedian, a senior media analyst for Rentrak.

He also believes competition in the family market from the Halloween-themed animated feature "Hotel Transylvania 2" hurt "Pan."

Top Ten Domestic Movies:

1. "The Martian," $37 million

2. "Hotel Transylvania 2," $20.3 million

3. "Pan," $15.5 million

4. "The Intern," $8.7 million

5. "Sicario," $7.4 million

6. "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials," $5.3 million

7. "The Walk," $3.7 million

8. "Black Mass," $3.1 million

9. "Everest," $3 million

10. "The Visit," $2.4 million