Box Office Report: “Jurassic World” Tears “Genisys” and “Magic Mike” Apart

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Box Office Report: “Jurassic World” Tears “Genisys” and “Magic Mike” Apart

July 6, 2015 (Gephardt Daily) – There were no real fireworks (box office wise) for either of the new films released for the July 4th weekend. “Terminator: Genisys” wasn’t strong enough and “Magic Mike XXL” wasn’t man enough to take over either the number one or number two spots at the box office.

Jurassic World: Stomps Out Second Week Box Office
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Remaining at the top slot for the fourth week since its release was “Jurassic World,” taking in $30.9 million for the holiday weekend. The Chris Pratt action film has a domestic total now of $558.1 million dollars. Adding all the totals world-wide, “Jurassic World” is now the fifth highest grossing film of all time with $1.385 billion in global sales, swallowing up “The Avengers: Age of Ultron at $1.37 billion dollars.”

Inside out Poster
Courtesy: Disney / Pixar

At the number two spot for the third weekend in a row is the Disney/ Pixar film “Inside Out.” The animated film has resounded with families and took in $30.1 million in weekend box office sales, making its domestic total $246.1 million.

Terminator
Courtesy: Paramount Pictures

In third place with $28.7 million it’s debut weekend, “Terminator: Genisys” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Paramount Pictures had higher hopes for the series reboot, with estimates of about $44 million. The anemic opening numbers may indicate that the film franchise lacks audience interest. The film is estimated to have cost about $155 million to make.

But it’s not all bad news; internationally “Terminator: Genisys” earned about $85 million, so it might be the international markets that will garner any of the two sequels to “Genisys” Paramount has scheduled.

magic-mike-2-xxl
Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

“Magic Mike XXL” stripped for just $11.6 million and the number four spot domestically. Debuting to a predominately “ladies only” audience, the Channing Tatum film has a five-day take of about $27.1 million since it opened Thursday night.

Ted 2 Movie
Courtesy: Universal Pictures

And in fifth place “Ted 2” brought in just over $11 million its second week in theaters. The comedy has a grand total of $58.3 million domestically.

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