Box Office Report: ‘Inside Out’ Breaks Records

Box Office Report: Inside Out Sets Records
Joy in ‘Inside Out’ (Photo © 2015 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.)

Inside Out may have had to settle for second place on the box office top 10 list over its opening weekend in theaters, but it did so while setting impressive new records. Inside Out from co-directors Pete Docter and Ronnie Del Carmen is now the highest earning opening weekend for a Pixar film that’s not a sequel (Toy Story 3 opened to $110 million). Inside Out also captured the record for the biggest domestic opening for any film that isn’t based on any sourced material, moving Avatar and its $77 million opening weekend into second.

Universal’s Jurassic Park continues to post T-Rex sized numbers, with its worldwide total now barely shy of $1 billion at $981.3 million. It should wind up breaking Furious 7‘s recently set record of the fastest film to hit the $1 billion mark, and it now holds the #2 spot in the record books for the best second weekend domestically at the box office by ringing up $102 million. Only Marvel’s The Avengers did better at $103 million.

Box Office Top 10 – June 19-21, 2015

1. Jurassic World – $102,019,000
2. Inside Out – $91,056,000
3. Spy – $10,500,000
4. San Andreas – $8,240,000
5. Dope – $6,018,00
6. Insidious Chapter 3 – $4,110,000
7. Pitch Perfect 2 – $3,300,000
8. Mad Max: Fury Road – $2,815,000
9. Avengers: Age of Ultron – $2,723,000
10. Tomorrowland – $2,009,000

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