Wonder Woman 1984 is now on its own in theaters without home video support and landed in third place for the weekend.

Last weekend marked the end of the initial run of Wonder Woman 1984, and the film is now in its theatrical-only run. It was unclear if it would impact the box office results at all, but it appears to not have.

Last weekend the film took in $1.6 million, this weekend it took in $1.3 million and lost 337 screens in North America. It now stands at $36.2 million domestically and $150.5 million globally.

Normally we end box office report coverage before this point in a film’s run, but with the new release model, we’re giving this one a few extra weeks of reports. With The Suicide Squad following a similar release model in Aug. of this year, we’ll have some idea of what to expect from that film. The day-and-date plan of Warner Bros. is going to be interesting to follow. The second film to follow this model is The Little Things which took first place this weekend with $4.8 million.

The next DC film to be released will be Zack Snyder’s Justice League on March 18 on HBO Max in the U.S., and The Suicide Squad is due to hit theaters and HBO Max on Aug. 6, 2021.