Movie site Deadline.com predicts Tom Cruise's "The Mummy" stands to lose an estimated $95M off of a final estimated global box office tally of $375M.
Divided that’s $75M at the domestic B.O. and $300M from overseas.
This despite the fact that the movie was the biggest global opening ever for Tom Cruise at $169.3M.
However, relative to the production 'investment' here, estimated at $345M in total production and global P&A spend (broken out $195M production cost and $150M distribution/ad expenses), those records –and even this weekend’s No. 1 overseas hold of $53M — are not enough to cover "Mummy" costs.