Filmgoers decided they’d rather see featherless dinosaurs or the latest Pixar film over “Ted 2.” The top film at the box office this weekend is once again “Jurassic World,” making $54.2 million (-49.2% from last weekend). Its totals now stand at $500.1 million domestic, $584.4 million overseas, and $1.085 billion worldwide. It’s set a new record for the quickest for a film to reach $500 million at the domestic box office.
Narrowly behind the Mesozoic bunch is “Inside Out,” which earned another $52.1 million (-42.4%). Its totals now stand at $185 million domestic, $81.5 million overseas, and $266.4 million globally.
Opening in third place is “Ted 2,” the sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s previous film about a talking teddy bear with the personality/voice of Peter Griffin of “Family Guy” fame. Unlike the original, the sequel opened weaker, earning $33 million. Counting the $20.3 million overseas, it’s earned $53.3 million to date.
In sixth place is “San Andreas,” which made $5.3 million (-39.4%). Its totals stand at $141.9 million domestic, $297.8 million overseas, and $439.7 million globally. The film’s made two-thirds of its money overseas.
In ninth place is “Mad Max: Fury Road.” The film’s earned $1.7 million (-42.8%) this weekend, bringing its totals to $147.1 million domestic, $209.3 million overseas, and $356.4 million globally.
Finally, in tenth place, and presumably its final appearance in the top 10, is “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” The film made another $1.6 million (-42.3%), bringing its domestic total to $452.4 million and global totals to $1.372 billion.
Opening next weekend for the Fourth of July are two major films, “Terminator: Genisys” (yet another “Terminator” sequel, and unfortunately, that “genisys” spelling’s not a typo), and “Magic Mike XXL” (a sequel to the popular R-rated comedy).