Weekend Box Office July 3rd- 5th

Once again, Jurassic World dominated this week, bringing in over $30 million over the holiday weekend. Inside Out is also still going strong, and is now the highest grossing film to never reach #1 at the box office. Terminator: Genisys opened at #3 with the worst opening for a Terminator sequel. The next couple of weeks may determine if there are more films in the franchise. Good word of mouth seems to be helping  Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, as it is the only returning film to have an increase in both revenue and number of theaters. And middle-aged women and their roaming fingers helped Magic Mike XXL open #4,

 

TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count / Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 1 Jurassic World Uni. $30,900,000 -43.3% 3,737 -461 $8,269 $558,137,000 4
2 2 Inside Out BV $30,105,000 -42.5% 4,158 +26 $7,240 $246,160,000 3
3 N Terminator: Genisys Par. $28,700,000 3,758 $7,637 $44,156,000 1
4 N Magic Mike XXL WB $11,600,000 3,355 $3,458 $26,656,000 1
5 3 Ted 2 Uni. $11,000,000 -67.2% 3,448 +6 $3,190 $58,334,000 2
6 4 Max (2015) WB $6,610,000 -45.6% 2,870 +15 $2,303 $25,349,000 2
7 5 Spy Fox $5,500,000 -30.5% 2,387 -807 $2,304 $97,896,000 5
8 6 San Andreas WB $3,030,000 -43.9% 1,672 -948 $1,812 $147,373,000 6
9 Me and Earl and the Dying Girl FoxS $1,320,000 +33.0% 870 +516 $1,517 $4,004,000 4
10 7 Dope ORF $1,098,000 -60.5% 863 -988 $1,272 $14,104,000 3
11 9 Mad Max: Fury Road WB $1,070,000 -39.4% 561 -400 $1,907 $149,060,000 $150 8
10 Avengers: Age of Ultron BV $852,000 -49.6% 589 -508 $1,447 $454,199,000 $250 10

 

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