Sun Jul 05, 2015 5:32 pm
Jurassic World was the number one movie at the US box office for the fourth weekend in a row.
The dinosaur franchise took in $30.9m with a total gross of $558.1m since debuting at the top spot last month.
Inside Out follows in second place with $30.1m, adding to its total gross of $246.1m. Both Jurassic World and Inside Out have occupied the top two spots at the box office in the last weekend.
New releases Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL could not knock down either top two movies as they came in third and fourth place respectively.
The latest Terminator instalment had $28.7m for the weekend with a total gross of $44.1m for the five-day weekend. Meanwhile, the Channing Tatum sequel took in $11.6m for the weekend with a total gross of $26.6m for the five-day holiday weekend.
Comedy Ted 2 slipped from third place to fifth place with $11m. Its total gross is now $58.3m.
Mad Max: Fury Road landed in sixth place with $6.6m, followed by Spy with $5.5m.
San Andreas, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and Dope round up the top ten list.
The US weekend box office Top 10 for July 3-5 is as follows:
1. (1) Jurassic World - $30,900,000
2. (2) Inside Out - $30,105,000
3. (-) Terminator: Genisys - $28,700,000
4.(-) Magic Mike XXL - $11,600,000
5. (3) Ted 2 - $11,000,000
6. (4) Max - $6,610,000
7. (5) Spy - $5,500,000
8. (6) San Andreas $3,030,000
9. (-) Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - $1,320,000
10. (7) Dope - $1,098,000