Taking the top spot was anything but a Mission Impossible, with MI5 grabbing $56 million it’s opening weekend.
Arriving in second place was Vacation with $14.8 million a number far lower than anticipated.
Ant-Man was repelled to number three with $12.6 million but amassed a solid $132 domestic take so far.
Minions were submissive at number four with $12.2 million.
It’s almost game over for Pixels which took the number five spot and $10.4 million.
Trainwreck still hasn’t derailed at number six with another $9.7 million.
Southpaw was down for the count at number seven with $7.5 million.
Paper Towns was folded at number eight with $4.6 million in its second week of release.
Inside Out was feeling sad at number nine with $4.5 million.
Rounding out the top ten and near extinction was Jurassic World with $3.8 million towards its massive $631.5 million domestic total.
Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation $56,000,000 $56,000,000
2 Vacation $14,850,000 $21,172,000
3 Ant-Man $12,619,000 $132,148,000
4 Minions $12,200,000 $287,391,000
5 Pixels $10,400,000 $45,611,000
6 Trainwreck $9,700,000 $79,709,000
7 Southpaw $7,519,000 $31,577,000
8 Paper Towns $4,600,000 $23,816,000
9 Inside Out $4,517,000 $329,594,000
10 Jurassic World $3,800,000 $631,500,000
Next week it seems likely that the young cast of the Fantastic Four reboot will de-throne Mr. Cruise. Tune it to see if I’m right.
Until then, happy movie going!
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