Going into the next two-day break we have a quick look-back at the biggest movies to hit theatres during last weekend. ‘Terminator Genisys’ and ‘Magic Mike XXL’ had a very difficult time to take on the existing top seat contenders, ‘Jurassic World’ and Disney-Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’. The dinosaur centric movie added $29.2 million, but was forced to make way for a new champ despite the excellent take during its fourth week at the box office. “Inside Out” beat “Jurassic World” with $29.8 million in its third weekend, garnering a domestic total of $246.1 million.

'Terminator Genisys' and 'Magic Mike XXL' Ousted by 'Jurassic World' and 'Inside Out' at the Box Office

‘Terminator Genisys’ and ‘Magic Mike XXL’ Ousted by ‘Jurassic World’ and ‘Inside Out’ at the Box Office

“Terminator Genisys” failed dismally by only taking $44.2 million over five days placing third on the chart. The number crunchers predict that the film directed by Alan Taylor should receive a good bump when the film opens next week in Germany, Italy, and Spain. Review aggregator Rottentomatoes.com sunk the futuristic robot movie within two days since its lease by only dishing a rotten score of 27%.

The consensus reads:

“Mired in its muddled mythology, Terminator: Genisys is a lurching retread that lacks the thematic depth, conceptual intelligence, or visual thrills that launched this once-mighty franchise.”

Women gave the sexy “Magic Mike XXL” performance a miss as it ended up in fourth place for the weekend with $12.9 million. The movie ended its first five days with just $27.1 million, less than the $39 million three-day opening of the original “Magic Mike”. Rounding out the top five was Seth MacFarlane’s R-rated comedy “Ted 2” with $11.2 million.

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

  1. “Jurassic World” – $29.8 million
  2. “Inside Out (2015)” – $29.2 million
  3. “Terminator Genisys” – $27 million
  4. “Magic Mike XXL” – $12.9 million
  5. “Ted 2” – $11.2 million
  6. “Max” – $6.6 million
  7. “Spy” – $5.1 million
  8. “San Andreas” – $2.8 million
  9. “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” – $1.2 million
  10. “Dope” – $1.1 million