“Jurassic World” chomps out “Inside Out” for the top of the box office

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There were two new movies to come out this week and one them gave Jurassic World a run for their money for the top spot, but was unable to top win it at the end.

Jurassic World grabs the top spot for the second straight week bringing in an estimated $102 million. This puts the movie at $398 million domestically and $981 million worldwide. The movie is well on it’s way to shatter the highest box office total and set a new standard for future movies.

Pixar’s latest movie, Inside Out, almost reaches $100 million, but falls just short with an estimated $91 million. This is the second highest opening for a Pixar movie and the highest since 2010’s Toy Story 3. The movie, which currently has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, should do well at the box office and give Toy Story 3 a run for it’s money for the highest box office for a Pixar movie.

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Spy falls down the chart to number three with an estimated $10 million. The movie currently has $74 million domestically and should cross the $100 million mark before the end of it’s run.

Rounding out the top five is San Andreas with an estimated $8.2 million and the other new movie for this week Dope with an estimated $6 million.

For the rest of the box office, you can go here.

There is really only one big movie coming out this week in Ted 2. If it does as well as the first one it’s opening weekend, it should top the list but if it’s not as good then it might fail to grab the spot from Jurassic World.

What movie did you see this weekend?

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