“Jurassic World” is still king of the box office in its second week at the box office, grossing an estimated $106.6 million. The dinosaur centric flick ousted Pixar’s much talked about “Inside Out (2015)” which raked in an impressive $90.4 million on its debut weekend. The animation could not dethrone the Chris Pratt starring sci-fi adventure, which grabbed $160.5 million from 66 markets with an international total of $583.1 million. So far, “Jurassic World” managed to stack up $981.3 million globally and it is very likely to be the fastest movie in history to hit $1 billion according to the number crunchers.

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"Jurassic World" poster courtesy of scified.com

“Jurassic World” poster courtesy of scified.com

“Inside Out (2015)” also impressed in the market standing as the best opening for an original Pixar title, becoming the second best of any Pixar film behind “Toy Story 3”, which earned $110.3 million in its first week. “Inside Out” opened to approximately $41 million internationally from 37 markets for a global total of $132.1 million.

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Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and Jude Law’s “Spy” is still holding on in the third position with $11.2 million in its third week. The movie has earned a domestic total of $75.1 million for an estimated global total of $170.4 million. The Rock’s disaster movie “San Andreas” is in fourth place this week with $8.7 million, followed by new entry “Dope” with approximately 6.1 million.


Quick look at the top-grossing pictures in North American theaters, courtesy of Box Office Mojo:

  1. “Jurassic World” – $106.6 million
  2. “Inside Out (2015)” – $90.4 million
  3. “Spy” – $11.2 million
  4. “San Andreas” – $8.7 million
  5. “Dope” – $6.1 million
  6. “Insidious Chapter 3” – $4.1 million
  7. “Pitch Perfect 2” – $3.5 million
  8. “Mad Max: Fury Road” – $3 million
  9. “Avengers: Age of Ultron” – $2.8 million
  10. “Tomorrowland” – $2.2 million