Jurassic World, Inside Out Top Weekend Box Office

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in Jurassic World

Jurassic World still holding strong at #1.

By Tony Antunovich @tonyantunovich

This past 4th of July weekend appears to have been a busy one at the box office.

According to Rentrak, Jurassic World is still in the top spot after four weeks in a row, raking in an estimated $30.9 million, while Disney's brand new animated feature, Inside Out, came in at a close second at $30.1 million in ticket sales.

It certainly wasn't what Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted for his momentous return as the iconic T-800, but Terminator Genisys did take third place in the first weekend of its release with estimated earnings of $28.7 million, beating out Magic Mike XXL ($12 million), also its first weekend in theaters.

Rounding out the top eight were Ted 2 ($11 million), Max ($7 million), Spy ($5.5 million) and San Andreas ($3 million).

Minions releases this coming Friday, so it could quite easily dominate over Jurassic World.

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