NORTH AMERICA: ‘Jurassic World’ Passes ‘E.T.’ At #10 All-Time On Wednesday; ‘Inside Out’ Tops $123M In Six Days

Universal reports that Jurassic World held onto first place again on Wednesday with $9.44 million, down 52.5 percent from the same day last week. The mega blockbuster’s 13-day domestic haul is now a whopping $436.94 million, putting it more than 10 percent ahead of the pace of Marvel’s The Avengers. That current tally also moves World into tenth place all-time domestically, overtaking E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial‘s $435.1 million haul (including re-releases).

Pixar’s Inside Out was just a hair away from first place yesterday, taking in $9.375 million. The film’s six-day domestic tally is an excellent $123.34 million, putting it 42 percent ahead of the pace 2009’s Up and 20 percent behind the pace of Toy Story 3.

In third place, Spy added $1.295 million for a soft 28 percent week-to-week decline. The comedy’s domestic total now stands at $79.34 million.

San Andreas claimed fourth with $0.91 million, down just 22 percent from last Wednesday. Its total is now $135.77 million.

Filling out the top five, Dope took in $0.64 million to give it a six-day cume of $8.38 million. The well-reviewed flick is pacing 16 percent ahead of last year’s Beyond the Lights.

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