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US Box Office Results: July 22 - 24, 2016

STAR TREK ruLed the US Box office this weekend, hauling in $59.6 million in its first three days of release. It is the third biggest release of the franchise, behind the previous two films.  STAR TREK BEYOND is on pace for a total domestic take of about $180 million, down from the las two films, but still nearly double of any other film in the franchise.

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS continues to draw in audiences with another $29 million added to its total. In its three weeks of release, PETS as accumulated just under $261 million. That ranks it 8th for this year, with STAR WARS: TFS, at #7, very reachable to pass.

Another animated feature was release to relatively good numbers, as ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE brought in $21 million in its first three days of release. It is the smallest opeing weekend of the five movie series, las then half of the previous film, in 2012. the movie sould come close, if not match its $105 million production budget, giving the international reciepts, currently at $178 million, as total profit for the movie.

Outside of the top 10 was the Bollywood gangster film, KABALI, in just 236 theaters, grossed $2.2 million. That gives it a per screen average of over $9,000, second only to STAR TREK BEYOND, of movies in at least 100 theaters.
  1. $59.6 million - Star Trek Beyond
  2. $29.3 million - The Secret Life of Pets
  3. $21.6 million - Ghostbusters (2016)
  4. $21.6 million - Lights Out
  5. $21.0 million - Ice Age: Collision Course
  6. $7.22 million - Finding Dory
  7. $6.43 million - The Legend of Tarzan
  8. $4.40 million - Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
  9. $3.70 million - Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party
  10. $3.29 million - The Infiltrator
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