US Film Chart 2015: Week 31


It’s no surprise that Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation topped the American box office last week, but it is surprising at just how well received the film was. It seems the Tom Cruise action franchise still has a lot of life in it, justified by its $79 million debut.

Ed Helms summer comedy Vacation rockets up to number two in its first full release week, pushing Minions down to third, while Ant-Man drops three places to fourth. Inside Out and Jurassic World are just hanging in the top ten. PixelsTrainwreck and Paper Towns also feature.


US Box Office Chart: 31st July – 6th August, 2015

  1. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation   –   $79.25m
  2. Vacation   –   $21.86m
  3. Minions   –   $20.16m
  4. Ant-Man   –   $20.08m
  5. Pixels   –   $17.00m
  6. Trainwreck   –   $14.79m
  7. Southpaw   –   $11.90m
  8. Paper Towns   –   $8.14m
  9. Inside Out   –   $7.61m
  10. Jurassic World   –   $6.03m
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