Wonder Woman retained its top spot in theaters this weekend, easily beating Tom Cruise’s The Mummy with an estimated $57.2 million in domestic sales in its second weekend. The Mummy, in its opening weekend, brought in $32.2 million in North American theaters. The superhero film starring Gal Gadot has raked in a grand total of about $435 million over the 10 days it’s been in theaters, with $205 million domestically and more than $230 million internationally. The film has yet to open in Germany, Spain, and Japan later this summer. Universal’s The Mummy, which is meant to start a franchise reviving other famous monsters like Frankenstein, Dracula, and The Invisible Man, made up for its less-than-impressive domestic debut with sizable ticket sales overseas. The film brought in $141.8 million in 63 foreign territories in its opening weekend, which the studio says is the biggest worldwide opening for Cruise.