This image released by Disney shows Lily James as Cinderella in Disney's live-action feature film inspired by the classic fairy tale, "Cinderella." (AP Photo/Disney, Jonathan Olley)
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"Cinderella" enchanted audiences this weekend, racking up a royal $70.1 million to lead the domestic box office and $132 million globally.The Warner Bros. release pulled in a lackluster $11 million from 3,171 theaters, lower than pre-release tracking which suggested a debut in the $15 million range. The audience was 52% female and 86% over the age of 25 ."Cinderella" opened across 3,845 theaters in North America and cost $95 million to produce. It couldn't match the $116.1 million debut of "Alice in Wonderland," but it did surpass the $69.4 million premiere of "Maleficent". The Warner Bros. release has made $44 million after three weeks in theaters.
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