Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur in the film "All Eyez On Me." (Quantrell Colbert / Codeblack Films) Racing to the top, Walt Disney Co. ’s “Cars 3” unseated Warner Bros. ’ “Wonder Woman” after a two-week box-office reign. The Pixar picture grossed an estimated $53.5 million in the U.S. and Canada. It came in well below analyst expectations of $60 million. Since its debut a decade ago, “Cars” has made its mark as an enduring series. Starring Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen, the series follows the ups and downs of a hot shot race car looking to prove himself. The latest film — the third in a franchise that has grossed more than $1 billion in combined global ticket sales — also stars the voices of Cristela Alonzo, Larry the Cable Guy and Kerry Washington . Such a performance is below its predecessors. The original “Cars” peeled out 11 years ago with a $60-million debut on its way to $462 million in worldwide sales. In 2011, the follow-up launched with $66 million domestically and ended up with a global total of $561 million. Still, “Cars” has become an enduring series and everything a contemporary entertainment conglomerate could want […]