Weekend Box Office Report: June 19-21, 2015

Jurassic World chomps on #1 again!

Rampaging dinosaurs remained the big draw at the box office this weekend, keeping JURASSIC WORLD on top for a second weekend with an estimated $102 million!

Although it dropped around 51% from its record-setting opening weekend, the sequel had the second-biggest second weekend ever (close behind THE AVENGERS' $103 million). It's already scratching at a $400 million 10-day domestic total (also a new record) and is inching toward $1 billion worldwide.

At its current pace, JURASSIC WORLD is all but guaranteed to surpass Marvel's AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (now in ninth with $449.3 million) to become the highest grossing release of the year... so far.

Opening in second place was Pixar's latest INSIDE OUT with $91 million. While the animated emotions couldn't defeat the scaly spectacle of JURASSIC WORLD, it did set a record for biggest opening that wasn't at #1.

On top of that, INSIDE OUT was the second-biggest Pixar opening, behind only TOY STORY 3's $110.3 million debut back in 2010, and ahead of sequel MONSTERS UNIVERSITY's $82.4 million opening. It also collected an additional $41 million from international audiences.

Critics were definitely in the headspace of joy with a 98% average on Rotten Tomatoes. Moviegoers were also delighted and gave it a straight 'A' CinemaScore.

Melissa McCarthy's R-rated action comedy SPY was in third place with another $10.5 million, followed by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's disaster movie SAN ANDREAS in fourth with $8.2 million as it shook past $400 million worldwide.

In fifth place was the new drama DOPE with a $6 million opening weekend. While the R-rated coming-of-age story couldn't compete with the expensive summer blockbuster material, it was a critical fave (90% on Rotten Tomatoes) and received an 'A-' CinemaScore from audiences.

The low-budget horror prequel INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 was in sixth with $4.1 million, and the singing sequel PITCH PERFECT 2 dropped to seventh with $3.2 million as it has accumulated a $272 million global total.

The list was filled out with MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON and Disney's TOMORROWLAND. Outside the chart, the ENTOURAGE guys waved goodbye after two weeks in the Top 10, along with the Beach Boys biopic LOVE & MERCY.

Next weekend brings back Mark Wahlberg and his talking bear for more R-rated comedy in TED 2, while the war dog MAX goes for the hearts of moviegoers.

Almost halfway through the summer movie season, what has been your favorite so far? VOTE HERE!

1. Jurassic World $102 M $398.2 M
2. Inside Out $91 M
3. Spy $10.5 M $74.3 M
4. San Andreas $8.2 M $132.2 M
5. Dope $6 M
6. Insidious: Chapter 3 $4.1 M $45.3 M
7. Pitch Perfect 2 $3.2 M $177.4 M
8. Mad Max: Fury Road $2.8 M $143.6 M
9. Avengers: Age of Ultron $2.7 M $449.3 M
10. Tomorrowland $2 M $87.6 M


Source: Box Office Mojo



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