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Despite a number of new releases this week Finding Dory still manages to dominate the global box office now after 3 weeks of release.
Dory this week grossed $76.3 million globally, now released in 41 countries, this brings its total gross now over the half billion mark to $538.2 million.
There are still many countries where the film has not had a release so the film making it to billion mark is probably at this stage a certainty.
Highest new film of the week is The Legend of Tarzan which shows up in 20 countries and has a debut gross of $56.9 million.
The week had a number of new releases but with the good weather and holidays throughout the world nothing managed to capture the market, or maybe it was the lack of summer blockbuster? The rest of the new releases are as follows: The Purge Election Years at 5, The BFG at 8, Ice Age Collision Course at 9, although it must be said that these film all had single digit country release and are no where near saturation yet.
Here is the top 5 global box office for this week.
The UK box office this weeks has a new number one film in the shape of The Secret Life of Pets. the latests film from the makers of Despicable Me and Minions.
An excellent weekend gross of £9.5 million sees the film enter ahead of the weeks other big film Independence Day Resurgence.
Despite having the connection to the Despicable Me franchise The Secret Life of Pets for a new franchise makes an very good debut, in comparison it is far higher that the first Despicable Me but lower than the franchises other films.
With the summer holidays in the coming weeks this could have staying power, and there is little competition until mid July.
Also new this week is Independence Day Resurgence which makes its debut at number 2 with just over £5 million, its been 20 years but the original debuted to £16 million.
Last weeks top film, The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case, falls to number 3 with a total gross of £7.7 million after a £1.5 million second weekend.
The Jungle Book is once again the top total grossing film on the box office with £45.6 million and the longest run on the box office with 11 weeks.
A year ago
Minions made its debut at the top knocking Jurassic World to the runner up spot.
Five years ago
Paul Feig's Bridesmaids was the new film making its debut at the top while Kung Fu Panda 2 fell to number 2.
Ten years ago
The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift stayed at the top of the box office and The Lake House was the top new film at number 2.
Fifteen years ago
Evolution was the top new film at number 1, it knocked Pearl Harbour down to number 2.
Twenty years ago
New at the top was The Rock with Spy Hard being knocked off the top right down to number 4.
Twenty five years ago
The Silence of The Lambs stayed at the top of the box office while The Pope Must Die came in new at number 2.
This week Roland Emmerich takes his sequel Independence Day Resurgence to the top of the global box office on its debut week of release.
The sequel to 1996's Independence Day took $143.7 million from the week lead by the likes of Mexico and Taiwan.
In total the film was released in 58 countries and the one place it didn't manage to it the top was North America where is was beaten by Finding Dory.
On the global stage Finding Dory fell to number 2 with a global gross of $110.2 million from 38 countries, 20 less than Resurgence.
The film is still playing strong in North America but is yet to open in some key territories including most of Europe.
The Pixar and Disney film total global gross is now sitting at $396.8 million, the one billion mark is surely a reachable target? Also new this week is The Shallows which makes a debut at number 7 with $16.7 million from a single territory, North America.<> Highest total grossing film on the world box office is Warcraft which has now grossed $412.1 million during its run.
Here is this weeks world grossing top 5
This week 2 sequels battled it out for the top spot, but despite already having a week on release Finding Dory beats Independence Day Resurgence with ease. Finding Dory, from Pixar and Disney, very easily makes it a second weekend at the top of the US box office with $73 million weekend gross.
The film has now takes $286 million in the US during its first 10 days of release and with the summer now in full swing the film could have great staying power.
20 years after the original film hit cinemas in 1996 Independence Day Resurgence gets a release, but rather than the first film being a massive hit this limps into second place with $41 million.
Independence Day took $50 million on its opening weekend so not only is this film $10 million lower but there is 20 years of inflation to take into consideration.
The summer might not be kind for this sequel and with bad reviews it could have a speedy exit in the coming weeks.
Also new this weekend in America are: The Shallows at number 4 and Free State of Jones at number 5.
Independence Day Resurgence TV spot from the Super-bowl.
Director Roland Emmerich revealed the title of the ID4 sequel as Independence Day Resurgence in a press conference with the cast.
UK release date: 24th June 2016
Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 5
Total UK gross £11,975,964 and the 456th top grossing film in the UK
Total World gross $389,681,935 and the 265th top grossing film globally
UK BBFC Certificate: 12Genres: