weekend box office
Second and third place were claimed by the two movies that have dominated multiplex traffic the last couple weekends.
The Jurassic Park sequel made it three weekends in a row at the top.
The dinosaur fantasy follow-up earned an estimated $205-million on its opening weekend, the second biggest domestic opening ever, behind only that of The Avengers’ $207-million in 2012.
The earthquake disaster thriller piloted by Dwayne Johnson debuted by earning an estimated $53-million.
The family science fiction saga starring George Clooney finished first at the box office, although not by much, earning an estimated $32-million on its debut weekend.
‘Pitch Perfect 2,’ the a cappella comedy follow-up starring Anna Kendrick, finished first with an estimated $70-million.
The superhero fantasy sequel earned an estimated $77-million on its second weekend, pushing its cumulative total over the $300-million mark.
The Marvel Comics-inspired fantasy sequel to ‘The Avengers’ debuted with an estimated, whopping $188-million.
The action-thriller sequel, Furious 7, extended its first-place string to four weekends in a row, earning an estimated $18-million on its fourth weekend of release.
The seventh installment in The Fast and the Furious franchise earned an estimated $61-million on its second weekend of release, giving it another runaway first-place finish.
Installment number seven in the popular ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise earned an estimated whopping $143-million on its debut weekend.
‘Home,’ the animated science fiction comedy, earned an estimated, robust $54-million on its debut weekend.
The second installment in the science fiction franchise, Divergent, Insurgent, starring Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet, earned an estimated $54-million on its opening weekend to take the box office crown.
The new live-action version of the classic fairytale, Cinderella, starring Lily James and Cate Blanchett, earned an estimated $70-million to run away with the box-office crown.
After one weekend in first place at the box office, the Will Smith con-artist thriller, Focus, dropped to the runner-up spot, taking in an estimated $10-million in its second weekend.