NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Universal's "Jurassic World" topped box offices for its third consecutive week.

The dino-blockbuster continued to pile up sales numbers despite two new openings of big name movies this weekend, and being in theaters for nearly a month. 

"Jurassic World" is the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise, which originally came to theaters with the 1993 adaptation of Michael Crichton's novel, "Jurassic Park."

Colin Trevorrow directs with Christ Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard starring as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing.

The movie, budgeted at $150 million dollars, has totaled $500 million dollars in North American sales in just seventeen days, making it the fastest movie to ever reach the $500 million milestone.

Disney Pixar's "Inside Out" came in second at the box office for the last full week in June with sales of $52.1 million dollars.

After being in theaters for two weeks, sales for "Inside Out" total $184 million.

In third was Universal's film, "Ted 2," in its debut week.

At $32.9 million, the sequel to the original vulgar-mouthed teddy bear comedy by Seth McFarlane only took in a fraction of the $54 million the original "Ted" took in on its opening weekend.

Also debuting in theaters was "Max" the story of a Marine-trained service dog returning from the war in Afghanistan but the Warner Brother's produced family film took in only $12 million its opening weekend .

"Jurassic World" is not only doing well domestically.

With worldwide sales of $82.5 million for the week, "Jurassic World," which is being shown in sixty-six different territories, is at the top of the worldwide box office sales charts.

The dinosaur action-thriller has $1.2 billion in total worldwide sales going into the month of July. 

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