(NEW YORK) — Finding Dory stayed put at the top of the box office over the holiday weekend.
The Disney-Pixar sequel raked in an estimated 50.2 million dollars from Friday through Monday, giving it a box office win for the third straight weekend. It has now made more than 380 million at the domestic box office to date.
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The Legend of Tarzan opened in second place, earning 45.6 million over the four-day weekend.
The horror film The Purge: Election Year rounded out the top three, with a 34.8-million-dollar debut.
Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic The BFG was a flop in fourth place, collecting 22.3 million dollars.
Here are the estimated ticket sales from Friday through Monday, with estimated ticket sales, according to comScore:
1. Finding Dory, $50.2 million.
2. The Legend Of Tarzan, $45.6 million.
3. The Purge: Election Year, $34.8 million.
4. The BFG, $22.3 million.
5. Independence Day: Resurgence, $20.2 million.
6. Central Intelligence, $15 million.
7. The Shallows, $10.5 million.
8. Free State Of Jones, $5.1 million.
9. The Conjuring 2, $4.6 million.
10. Now You See Me 2, $3.6 million.
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