Weekend Box Office: ‘Finding Dory’ Holds onto #1

Finding Dory

Finding Dory has held onto the #1 spot at the U.S. box office for the second weekend. The Finding Nemo sequel made $73.2 million, bring the 10-day total for the film to $286.6 million, and the global total for the film to $396 million.

Second place went to Independence Day: Resurgence which opened with 41.6 million. The film, which cost $165 million to produce, was not a hit with critics (many markets didn’t even have screeners for the film).

Central Intelligence landed in third with $18.4 million in its second weekend. The movie, starring The Rock and Kevin Hart, now has a 10-day haul of $69.3 million.

Blake Lively’s new film, the shark-attack thriller The Shallows came in fourth with 16.7 million, and Matthew McConaughey’s new drama Free State of Jones comes in fifrth with just $7.7 million.

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