A vigilante Denzel Washington may be no match for the brute force of ABBA and Cher at the box office.
Universal Pictures is turning up the Europop again at the multiplex with its sequel to “Mamma Mia,” the star-studded jukebox musical that became a runaway hit a decade ago by wooing female audiences.
The knowingly titled “Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again” is poised to gross $30 million to $35 million Friday through Sunday in the U.S. and Canada, according to people who have reviewed pre-release audience surveys.
That probably will be enough to secure the No. 1 domestic chart position, topping the new Washington-starring action flick “Equalizer...