Jurassic World continued its domination of the US box office this Fourth of July weekend, retaining the number one spot despite competition from Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL. But it wasn't just Jurassic World which managed to see off the two hot new releases, Pixar’s Inside Out also held its own, keeping the number two spot for a third week running.

Jurassic WorldThere’s no stopping Jurassic World at the US box office.

Colin Trevorrow’s dino-epic used Independence Day weekend to surpass Avengers: Age of Ultron and enter the list of the top five highest-grossing films of all time, with a total of $1.385 billion. Now in it’s fourth week of release, the reboot of the Jurassic World franchise, which stars Chris Pratt, has so far taken $558.1 million in North America alone.

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Still in second place is Pixar’s Inside Out which managed $30.1 million over the weekend, bringing it’s total to $246 million. The animated flick, written by Pete Docter takes place inside the mind of an 11 year old girl and has been highly praised by critics and audiences alike.

Coming in third place was Terminator Genisys which sees Arnold Schwarzenegger return as the cyborg T-800. The fourth film in the Terminator franchise managed $28.7m for the holiday weekend, way off it’s mega $150 million production budget. But things were better for the action flick outside the US, were it took a much more respectable $85 million to bring its global total to $129.6 million so far.

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Magic Mike XXL, the sequel to the 2012 drama about a group of male strippers, landed in fourth place taking $27 million. The sequel sees Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello back for more, while Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey is sadly absent and director Steven Soderbergh is now in charge of cinematography. Finishing off the top five was another disappointing sequel, Seth MacFarlane’s Ted 2, which took just $11million in its second week bringing its grand total to $58.3 million.