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July 6 2015

Jurassic World rules for a fourth week running

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The dinosaurs are still the kings of the box office for a fourth week.

Jurassic World took in $30.9 million this weekend for the top spot and is now over $558.1 million in the U.S. Globally it now stands at $1.38 billion, making it the fifth highest grossing film ever.

Pixar’s Inside Out remained in second for its third weekend and took in $30.1 million for a new domestic total of $246.16 million. Globally it’s at $363 million.

Terminator: Genisys took a beating from the critics and found itself in third place with $28.7 million. It opened earlier in the week and now stands at $44.1 million.

Fourth place went to Magic Mike XXL which took in little more than half of the originals debut to come in at $11.6 million. Its tally so far is $26.65 million.

Ted 2 took a massive blow in its second weekend. It took a 67.2 percent hit and landed in fifth place with $11 million. It’s domestic total not stands at $58.3 million.

Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2015 – 3rd Quarter report.



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