Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood should do in the mid 50's domestically with that opening and Hanks's name should be able to bring in a little overseas. That's fine with a 45 mil budget.
Charlie's Angels is bombing so hard, but I looked it up and apparently it's only a mid-budget action movie so it isn't as bad as some huge bombs where the movie cost like 150-200 mil. Still, with such a big marketing blitz it's rare to see a studio film make so little money. The trailers weren't approaching it from any particular angle (action, comedy, sex) aside from a little girl power stuff so it was hard to see what the audience was.