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“Finding Dory,” “Central Intelligence” Dominate Weekend Box Office

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Disney/Pixar(NEW YORK) — Finding Dory, the animated Disney sequel to Finding Nemo hooked the number one spot at the box office this weekend, June 17 – 19. The family comedy features the voices of Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres, reprising their roles as Marlin and Dory, the forgetful fish. The film opened at 4300 theaters nationwide and reeled in $136,183,170.

Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson finished second with the spy comedy, Central Intelligence. The movie opened in 3,500 hundred theaters and took in $34,500,000.

Sequels also did well this weekend with the horror flick The Conjuring 2 and the magician thriller Now You See Me 2 taking the third and fourth slots. Both films opened June 10. The Conjuring 2 scared up $15,555,000, for a two-week total of $71,730,086; while Now You See Me 2 made $9,650,000 appear for a two-week total of $41,362,529.

Captain America: Civil War continues to impress with its heroics, finishing 10th with a weekend total of $2,296,207 for a domestic total of $401,277,176.

Here’s the weekend box office top ten:

1) Finding Dory — $136,183,170     
2) Central Intelligence — $34,500,000       
3) The Conjuring 2 — $15,555,000       
4) Now You See Me 2 — $9,650,000          
5) Warcraft — $6,520,000          
6) X-Men: Apocalypse — $5,210,000          
7) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows — $5,200,000          
8) Me Before You — $4,155,000          
9) Alice Through the Looking Glass — $3,615,385          
10) Captain America: Civil War — $2,296,207

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