Weekend Box Office: INSIDE OUT $91M Debut Came Up Short of JURASSIC WORLD

Inside Out scored the top debut of all time for an original Pixar property, but even that strong debut came up short of Universal’s thriller about dinosaurs.

Jurassic World added an additional $102 million for its second weekend in theaters, while the animated Pixar film opened with an estimated $91 million domestically. However, Inside Out is the first Pixar film not to place No. 1 in its domestic debut since 1995.

Jurassic World has made $981.3 million worldwide cume, which means it could hit $1 billion on Monday. The pic is such a monster. Nobody saw this coming. I thinks this is the first time two movies at the same time making above 90 million in a single weekend.

Fox’s action comedy Spy took third place with $10.5 million for a domestic total of $74.4 million; fourth place belonged to Warner Bros. disaster flick San Andreas, crossing the $400 million mark at the worldwide box office, while the weekend’s other new entry, Dope, rounded out the top five with a disappointing $6 million from 2,002 locations. Open Road would have been better opening it limited, and then going wide in late July or early August.

Here’s the box office domestic top 10. See where estimates currently stand:

Top 10 Estimated

Next weekend brings the R-rated comedy Ted 2 from Universal and the war-centric dog drama Max from Warner Bros.