“Jurassic World”, “Inside Out” Still Reign, “Ted 2” Flails In Weekend Box Office

By Alyssa Periera

“Jurassic World” and “Inside Out” still rule the box office after successfully defending against the new “Ted 2”, which essentially bombed at its opening weekend.

Though it earned less than the most pessimistic projections “Ted” emerged with a fairly decent Cinema Score, however, like Seth MacFarlane’s previous “A Million Ways to Die in the West”, “Ted” did not fare well among box office smashes “Jurassic” and “Inside Out”.

Meanwhile, the box office hits continued to do some damage worldwide. “Jurassic World” crossed the $500 million mark here in the U.S. in 17 days, which is the fastest any film has ever done that. “Inside Out” continues to smash in new markets internationally.

Another new premiere in “Max” took in $12.2 million, which is a hearty amount, considering the film’s low budget production cost. With a A Cinema Score, the film may have a bright future.

Full Box Office (via Box Office Mojo):

1. Jurassic World $54,200,000
2. Inside Out  $52,128,000
3. Ted 2 $33,000,000
4. Max (2015) $12,210,000
5. Spy $7,800,000
6. San Andreas $5,275,000
7. Dope  $2,862,000
8. Insidious Chapter 3 $2,025,000
9. Mad Max: Fury Road $1,735,000
10. Avengers: Age of Ultron $1,643,000

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