Still from 'Inside Out.' Photo courtesy of Pixar/Disney
Still from ‘Inside Out.’ Photo courtesy of Pixar/Disney
Still from ‘Inside Out.’ Photo courtesy of Pixar/Disney

In a box-office photo finish, the animated adventure “Inside Out” edged out “Jurassic World” to finish first at North American theaters, according to final figures released Monday.

“Inside Out” earned $29.8 million between Friday and Sunday to claim the top spot, according to box-office tracker Rentrak. That was barely enough to dethrone “Jurassic World,” which earned $29.2 million over the weekend and fell to second place after three weeks atop the box office.

“Jurassic World” has earned $556.5 million in its four weeks in theaters.

“Terminator Genisys” debuted with $27 million to place a close third, while the much-advertised “Magic Mike XXL” opened  in fourth place with $12.8 million.

The bawdy comedy “Ted 2” took fifth place with $11.2 million.

Rounding out the top 10 films of the weekend were “Max” ($6.6 million); “Spy” ($5.1 million); “San Andreas” ($2.8 million); “Me and Earl and The Dying Girl” ($1.2 million); and “Dope” ($1.1 million).

— Wire Reports

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