Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom continues to devour the competition at the box office. For the second week in a row, the Jurassic World sequel remains at the top of the box office food chain, raking in an estimated $60 million for its second weekend, according to Box Office Mojo.
Playing in 4,485 theaters in North America, Fallen Kingdom's domestic box office total is estimated to be nearly $265 million over the course of 10 days. After bringing in an estimated $56.1 million over the weekend internationally from 68 markets (it still has yet to open in Japan, where it will be released on July 13), its overseas total is currently at $667.6 million. This brings its global box office grab very close to the $1 billion mark ($932.4 million).
Last week, J.A. Bayona's Jurassic World sequel ate up nearly $150 million in ticket sales domestically for its three-day opening.
Incredibles 2 remained at the top two spot this weekend, bringing in an estimated $45.5 million domestically after enjoying the biggest opening for an animated film ever. The Disney Pixar sequel has so far brought in $439.7 million domestcially, making it the second highest grossing Pixar film of all-time (after Finding Dory) and third largest animated title ever (after Finding Dory and Shrek 2).
Incredibles 2's international ticket sales reached an estimated $207 million, bringing its total global box office tally of $646.8 million.
Since Sunday isn't over, we'll have to wait until Monday to get the final box-office tallies for this weekend.
(Via Box Office Mojo)