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WEEKEND MOVIE WRAP-UP

Audiences are still buying what Tom Cruise is selling. The fifth installment in the Mission Impossible franchise topped the weekend box office with $56 million.

Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation was the second highest opening for the series and Tom’s third highest opening weekend. According to Deadline, 81% of the audience was over the age of 25.

    Paramount exec Megan Colligan said in a statement, "The interesting story as it relates to Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation is that we were supposed to come out at Christmas. The move to July occurred when we were in the middle of shooting. It was a move that Tom Cruise wanted as he felt there was an opportunity in the summer and Brad Grey and Paramount backed him 100%." The weekend’s other new release, Vacation, debuted in second place with $14.85 million and was popular among females. Mr. Holmes and Terminator: Genisys dropped out of the top 10.
THIS WEEKEND'S TOP TEN MOVIES -- July 31 - August 2

1. Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation, $56M

2. Vacation, $14.85M

3. Ant-Man, $12.6M

4. Minions, $12.2M

5. Pixels, $10.4M

6. Trainwreck, $9.7M

7. Southpaw, $7.5M

8. Paper Towns, $4.6M

9. Inside Out , $4.5M

10. Jurassic World, $3.8M

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