Finding Dory made a big splash at the box office this weekend! The Finding Nemo sequel debuted with $136.2 million and features the voices of Ellen DeGeneres, Ed O’Neill, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton, and Albert Brooks. It is officially the second largest June opening of all time – just behind last year’s Jurassic World.
In case you’re wondering how that compares to Finding Nemo, which premiered 13 years ago, the film made $70.2 million opening weekend and went on to gross $936.7 million worldwide.
Central Intelligence, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, came in second with $34.5 million. It didn’t hurt that Hart bought out a number of theaters in the Los Angeles area to treat fans to free screenings.
Attention all fathers in Los Angeles California….I have some early Father’s Day gifts for you guys. I just bought out a couple of movie theaters for you y’all for some of tomorrow’s showings of “Central Intelligence” 1st showing that Im treating y’all 2 is the 2:30pm one at the AMC century city theater located at Westfield Century City 10250 Santa Monica Blvd….There are a total of 229 tickets available…it’s 1st come 1st serve, just say “Kevin Hart Sent Me” at the box office window. Let’s goooo #centralintelligence #iLoveMyFans #BelieveTheHype #TheRockAndKevinHart
I just bought out 2 movie theater showings for Central intelligence at the Grove in La…the times are 2:05pm & 3:40pm get there now people
— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) June 19, 2016
The Conjuring 2 came in third with $15.6 million, and Now You See Me 2 came in fourth with $9.6 million. Coming in fifth was Warcraft with $6.5 million, and despite only grossing $37.7 million so far in the US, the film has made a worldwide total to date of $377 million – making it the largest grossing video game film to date.
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