The final numbers are in, and the Memorial Day weekend box office totals are pretty dismal.
The Wall Street Journal reports the film's poor showing certainly didn't help the holiday weekend's final totals in the U.S. and Canada, which was estimated at just $190 million combined. That's the least amount of money taken in on this weekend since 2001.
That's largely because, unlike years past, no studio released anything considered blockbuster-worthy this Memorial Day weekend.
And "X-Men: Days of Future Past," which grossed $110 million on Memorial Day weekend last year.
But the poor showing at the box office this past weekend isn't hurting estimates for the 2015 summer totals.
According to the New York Post, industry watchers expect film studios to make a record $5 billion at U.S. movie theaters between May 1 and Labor Day.
The box office summer time frame always starts on the first Friday in May, so it helps that ended up being May 1 this year.
This allowed the opening weekend total for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" to be included. As of May 25, the Marvel flick had grossed almost $411 million domestically and more than $1.1 billion worldwide.
The current summer box office record was made back in 2013. It sits at more than $4.8 billion.