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'Jurassic World' Beats Back Competition For 3rd Straight Weekend!

LOS ANGELES - Despite strong opposition, Universal's "Jurassic World" topped the weekend box office for the third straight weekend with $54.20 million, for a total of $500.10 million domestically.

Despite the premiere of "Ted 2" and the well-received, animated "Inside Out," the dinosaur-themed juggernaut continued it's box-office onslaught with another big weekend atop the proverbial leader board. The film has so far brought in $1.2 billion worldwide, just behind the $1.4 billion grossed "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and the $1.5 billion by "Furious 7."

Meanwhile, "Ted 2" struggled to draw a big audience like its 2012 predecessor, garnering $33 million for third place in its debut falling well below the original Ted's $54 million opening. Meanwhile family inspirational flick Max took a distant fourth place with $12 million. Pixar's "Inside Out" remained in second place, earning $52 million for its $185.14 million total. Already, the film is set to become one of Pixar's top five highest grossing movies.

The rest stacked up this way:

4. "Max" (Warner Bros.) $12.15 million for its opening weekend

5. "Spy" (Fox) $7.91 million for a four-week total of $88.46 million

6. "San Andreas" (Warner Bros.) $5.40 million for $141.0 million.

7. "Dope" (Open Roads) $2.78 million for $11.70 million

8. "Insidious: Chapter 3" (Focus Pictures) $2.0 million, $49.80 million.

9. "Mad Max: Fury Road" (Warner Bros.) $1.76 million, $147.11 million

10. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (Disney) $1.68 million, $452.47 million

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