“Jurassic World” remains at the top of the box office


“Jurassic World: Dominion” continued to top the North American box office this weekend, grossing $58.7 million, according to industry estimates.

Meanwhile, Pixar’s animated film “Lightyear” opened to a gross of $51 million.

If the international collection is included, which amounted to 34.6 million dollars, “Lightyear” records a total collection of 85.6 million. But expectations were much higher for this film tied to the “Toy Story” plot.

“Jurassic World: Dominion” has a total collection of more than 622.2 million dollars, of which 259.2 million come from the United States and Canada. It is only the seventh film released during the pandemic that grosses more than 600 million.

In its fourth weekend, “Top Gun: Maverick” dipped slightly, grossing another $44 million. Its total domestic box office now stands at $466.2 million and its international box office stands at over $885 million.

The 10 highest-grossing movies in the United States and Canada this weekend, according to Comscore. The final figures come out on Monday.

1. “Jurassic World: Dominion” – $58.7 million

2. “Lightyear” – $51 million.

3. “Top Gun: Maverick” – $44 million.

4. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – $4.2 million.

5. “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” – $1.1 million.

6. “The Bad Guys” – $890,000.

7. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” – $959,631.

8. “Downton Abbey: A New Era” – $830,000.

9. “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” – $228,000.

10. “Brian and Charles” – $198,000.

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