Weekend estimates place Jurassic World at $30.9 million, barely holding off Inside Out at $30.1 million. But even if Monday’s final numbers push Inside Out ahead (the animated film technically won the weekend, with a five-day total of $45.3 million), Jurassic World has now surpassed Avengers: Age of Ultron to become the fifth highest-grossing movie of all time with an estimated worldwide gross of $1.4 billion. The film’s domestic haul of $558.2 million also makes it the fourth biggest North American showing of all time, edging out The Dark Knight ($534.9 million).
But while the dinosaur franchise continued its quest for world domination, Terminator Genisys did little to jumpstart interest in a revival of the futuristic franchise. The film came in at No. 3 with only $28.7 million. Meanwhile, Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike XXL pulled in only $11.6 million, after opening at No. 1 Wednesday with $9.3 million. Ted 2 closed out the top five with $11 million.
Max fell two spots to No. 6 with $6.61 million, and Spy dropped to No. 7, bringing in $5.5 million in its fifth week in theaters.
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