#BOXOFFICE: “INSIDE OUT” FLIPS POSITIONS, LANDING ON-TOP AT BOX OFFICE
In its third week out, INSIDE OUT climbs its way to the summit for Disney/Pixar earning $30 million over July 4th weekend from 4,158 theatres. For consecutive weeks since its release, it has played Bridesmaid to a certain Dinosaur-themed Blockbuster. In its domestic run thus far, it has grossed $246 million.
JURASSIC WORLD after three weeks on-top slips to second spot for Universal Pictures, earning $28.9 million. In four weeks alone it has surpassed $556 million in earnings.
TERMINATOR: GENISYS opens in third spot for Paramount Pictures with $27.3 million from 3,758 theatres. Since Wednesday when it opened, the Franchise’s fifth installment has earned $42.8 million. Critics weren’t impressed giving it a 27% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences were more forgiving with a B+ CinemaScore.
MAGIC MIKE XXL opens in fourth spot with $15.2 million from 3,355 theatres for Warner Bros., after opening on Wednesday. Audiences gave it an A- CinemaScore, while Critics were on-board with a 63% rating on the Tomatometer.
TED 2 slips to fifth spot with $11.2 million in its second week out for Universal Pictures, just surpassing the $50 million mark.
ME & EARL & THE DYING GIRL continues to get strong word of mouth earning $1.3 million from 870 theatres for Fox Searchlight – good enough for ninth.
DOPE also continues to get lots of buzz through word of mouth also, rounding-out the Top Ten with $1 million from 863 theatres for Sony Pictures.
#BOXOFFICE: “JURASSIC WORLD” CONTINUES SUMMER DOMINATION
For a third straight week, it’s a JURASSIC WORLD at the Box Office! Now in its third week out, the Blockbuster still is motoring-on with $54 million from 4,198 theatres for Universal Pictures. By early this week, it will have surpassed the $500 million-mark domestically.
INSIDE OUT after a solid debut last week at number two, repeats the feat again for Disney/Pixar, with $52 million from 4,132 theatres. In two weeks, it has made $181 million already.
TED 2 debuts in third, unable to duplicate the great success of its Predecessor. This Sequel debuts with $33 million from 3,429 theatres for Universal Pictures with a 42% rating on the Tomatometer. Audiences were more partial to it with a B+ CinemaScore. By comparison, TED opened with $54 million in 2012.
MAX opens in fourth with $11 million from 2,882 theatres for Warner Bros. The dog-centric Film starring Toronto’s Robbie Amell, opened to mixed reviews, with a 38% on the Tomatometer, but a much better A CinemaScore from Audiences, which could help in following weeks with word-of-mouth.
DOPE is in seventh spot, performing well in a limited 1,851 theatres with $2.6 million for Open Road Films/Sony Pictures. The Film came out of Sundance with a fair amount of buzz and continues to get publicity from word of mouth.
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON in its ninth week out earns $1.5 million from 1,097 theatres for Disney/Marvel. Its tally sits at $452 million thus far.
#BOXOFFICE: “JURASSIC WORLD” CONTINUES BOX OFFICE DOMINATION
JURASSIC WORLD continues to shatter Box Office records in its second week out for Universal Pictures, earning $106 million this weekend from 4,291 theatres. In its run so far it has made a massive $402 million domestically. also gaining the distinction of being the fastest Film ever to cross the $400 million mark in just eight days!
INSIDE OUT on any other weekend would’ve debuted on-top by a landslide, but it instead opts for a second best placing in its debut with a whopping $83 million for Disney/Pixar from 3,946 theatres. Featuring the voicework of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling, the Animated Feature received a 98% on the Tomotometer, with a stellar A CinemaScore from Audiences.
Former Champ SPY is in third spot this weekend with $9.7 million earned in its third week out for 20th Century Fox. It has made $73.7 million in its run so far.
DOPE opens in fifth spot for Sony Pictures with $5.9 million from 2,002 theatres, after some Sundance buzz earlier this year. It garnered an outstanding 90% on the Tomatometer.
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON still has hanging-on to the Top Ten in eighth with $2.3 million in its eighth week out for Marvel/Disney. It has made $448 million thus far in North America.
ENTOURAGE rounds-out the Top Ten with $1.7 million in its third week out for Warner Bros.