Jurassic World Dominion Roars Up Massive $143 Million to Win Domestic Box Office

This weekend belongs to Jurassic World Dominion, as the hit sequel has scored a very impressive $143 million earned in the United States and Canada with its theatrical debut. Factoring in overseas ticket sales, the film has already pulled in a whopping $389 at the global box office. This is all despite a negative critical reception that had reviewers at Rotten Tomatoes slapping Dominion with a 30% rotten rating. But audiences were just happy to see giant dinos back on the big screen, as seen with its audience score of 79% along with the immense box office success.

Top Gun: Maverick falls into the No. 2 spot with Dominion taking over, but the film still continues to ring in its own profits with $50 million earned in its third weekend at theaters. That film opened up with $124 million domestically, marking Tom Cruise’s highest domestic opening ever. It earned another $86 million in its second weekend as well which puts that film’s domestic total up to $393.3 million earned; its worldwide total is at $747 million.

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Another box office blockbuster is still pulling in millions to throw on its own mountain of cash with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness landing at No. 3. The superhero movie has garnered $4.8 million to bump up its domestic haul to $397 million, this with its sixth weekend in theaters. Also a global phenomenon, the sequel has now earned $930.2 million worldwide, making it one of the highest-drawing films of the pandemic era.

The Bob’s Burgers Movie Follows the Top 3

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The Bob’s Burgers Movie is on the No. 4 spot with $2.3 million sold in ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada. This means that the feature-length adaptation of the hit FOX cartoon is up to a $27 million total. Capping off the top five, that’s followed by another animated feature with The Bad Guys earning $2.2 million, putting its total up to $91.5 million.

You can read more detailed box office information at The Numbers, and you can check out this weekend’s full top ten list below for the domestic box office weekend.

Jurassic World Dominion – $143 million Top Gun: Maverick – $50 million Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – $4.8 million The Bob’s Burgers Movie – $2.3 million The Bad Guys – $2.2 million Downton Abbey: A New Era – $1.6 million Everything Everywhere All at Once – $1.2 million Firestarter – $820K Sonic the Hedgehog 2 – $710K The Lost City – $549K