Black Adam, a movie from Warner Bros. and DC Films, has spent six weeks in theatres and is presently in the middle of a seventh; as a result, its most recent earnings this weekend are not very impressive. 

The Dwayne Johnson-led DC Comics adaptation made an estimated $2.7 million during the weekend from 74 markets, increasing its overall foreign profits to $219.0 million and its worldwide (domestic and overseas) total to $384.0 million to date. 

The final significant market to see the release of Black Adam this weekend was Japan.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the main competition for Black Adam at the box office, has surpassed the global gross of the DC movie with domestic box office receipts alone in just three weeks.

While this is unsurprising given the momentum of Marvel Studios' projects relative to DC films, it is still a resounding defeat. 

 In addition, Black Adam hasn't performed well in compared to previous DC productions like the infamous Justice League, which despite negative reviews from both fans and critics, managed to earn an estimated $658 million worldwide.

The movie also stars Pierce Brosnan, Noah Centineo, Aldis Hodge, Quintessa Swindell, and Sarah Shahi in addition to Johnson.

With new DC Studios CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran now responsible with developing the franchise's future, it is unclear how Black Adam will fit into DC's future plans for cinema releases. However, Black Adam is still showing in theatres right now.