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Independence Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted)


See also: Independence Day (Opening, 3-Day) - Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day) - Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted)

Other Domestic Holiday 3-Day Opening Weekend (Inflation Adjusted) records: New Year's Day - Martin Luther King - Super Bowl - Washington's Birthday - Easter - Memorial Day - Labor Day - Columbus Day - Halloween - Veterans Day - Thanksgiving - Christmas

This chart contains the domestic box office for movies for Independence Day 3-Day Weekends (Opening Weekend, Inflation Adjusted).

Only movies that made at least $1.0 million (inflation adjusted) during their 3 day opening weekend are included in this chart.

Rank Date Movie Weekend Total
Gross
Week
1 Jul 7, 2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’… $184,297,333 $575,192,475 1
2 Jul 2, 2004 Spider-Man 2 $126,343,063 $535,324,943 1
3 Jul 7, 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming $117,821,807 $334,198,153 1
4 Jul 1, 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon $110,800,318 $395,495,058 1
5 Jul 5, 1996 Independence Day $101,138,360 $616,494,652 1
6 Jul 4, 1997 Men in Black $99,021,623 $486,086,725 1
7 Jul 5, 2013 Despicable Me 2 $94,411,716 $402,924,609 1
8 Jul 6, 2007 Transformers $91,202,212 $412,978,352 1
9 Jul 1, 2005 War of the Worlds $90,081,225 $325,287,853 1
10 Jul 5, 2002 Men in Black 2 $79,883,629 $291,691,448 1
11 Jul 4, 2008 Hancock $77,600,909 $282,551,780 1
12 Jul 2, 2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse $73,131,369 $339,002,860 1
13 Jul 7, 2000 Scary Movie $69,923,071 $259,271,970 1
14 Jul 2, 1993 The Firm $69,817,243 $340,394,669 1
15 Jul 6, 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man $69,676,985 $292,973,983 1
16 Jul 3, 1998 Armageddon $68,486,301 $382,525,756 1
17 Jul 5, 1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day $67,152,732 $428,337,616 1
18 Jul 4, 2003 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines $65,003,120 $221,921,856 1
19 Jul 3, 2009 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $49,472,587 $233,267,460 1
20 Jul 5, 1996 Phenomenon $49,367,054 $210,685,909 1
21 Jul 2, 1999 Wild Wild West $48,507,600 $199,383,968 1
22 Jul 1, 1988 Coming to America $46,350,204 $277,507,411 1
23 Jul 6, 1990 Die Hard 2 $45,859,593 $247,436,607 1
24 Jul 2, 2010 The Last Airbender $45,487,030 $148,640,360 1
25 Jul 7, 1989 Lethal Weapon 2 $45,478,777 $328,461,264 1
26 Jul 1, 2016 The Legend of Tarzan $39,964,792 $130,303,262 1
27 Jul 7, 1995 Species $35,112,941 $122,870,018 1
28 Jul 6, 2001 Cats & Dogs $34,133,885 $146,826,646 1
29 Jul 4, 2003 Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde $32,796,677 $133,779,077 1
30 Jul 5, 2013 The Lone Ranger $32,742,639 $97,759,994 1
31 Jul 1, 2016 The Purge: Election Year $32,690,499 $81,326,901 1
32 Jul 6, 2001 Scary Movie 2 $32,240,259 $112,079,329 1
33 Jul 3, 2009 Public Enemies $29,989,054 $115,230,810 1
34 Jul 3, 2015 Terminator: Genisys $29,613,858 $94,765,420 1
35 Jul 3, 1992 A League of Their Own $29,465,339 $230,614,922 1
36 Jul 3, 1992 Boomerang $29,253,562 $150,232,943 1
37 Jul 5, 1985 Back to the Future $28,410,139 $513,788,590 1
38 Jul 2, 1999 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut $25,884,749 $91,168,236 1
39 Jul 1, 1994 The Shadow $25,552,260 $69,445,303 1
40 Jul 4, 2014 Tammy $23,504,986 $92,077,887 1
41 Jul 1, 1994 Blown Away $22,740,532 $65,731,297 1
42 Jul 7, 1995 First Knight $22,212,031 $76,440,587 1
43 Jul 7, 2000 The Kid $20,950,048 $115,069,871 1
44 Jul 6, 2001 Kiss of the Dragon $20,919,760 $57,918,352 1
45 Jul 1, 2016 The BFG $19,475,596 $57,087,341 1
46 Jul 2, 1993 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs $19,386,782 $5,520,484,453 2898
47 Jul 5, 2002 Like Mike $18,656,943 $78,786,324 1
48 Jul 6, 2012 Savages $17,998,800 $52,911,506 1
49 Jul 1, 1994 I Love Trouble $17,073,607 $67,199,779 1
50 Jul 2, 1993 Son in Law $15,119,918 $55,871,975 1
51 Jul 1, 2011 Larry Crowne $14,828,878 $39,963,857 1
52 Jul 3, 2015 Magic Mike XXL $14,092,234 $69,693,497 1
53 Jul 2, 1999 Summer of Sam $14,000,769 $33,792,188 1
54 Jul 6, 2007 License to Wed $13,482,281 $56,659,643 1
55 Jul 1, 1983 Stroker Ace $13,189,334 $36,730,158 1
56 Jul 4, 1997 Out to Sea $11,416,189 $56,202,477 1
57 Jul 5, 1991 Problem Child 2 $11,358,345 $53,071,688 1
58 Jul 5, 2013 Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain $11,243,214 $35,297,907 1
59 Jul 5, 1985 The Emerald Forest $10,893,475 $61,343,686 1
60 Jul 3, 1987 Innerspace $10,789,060 $45,106,882 1
61 Jul 4, 2014 Deliver Us from Evil $10,610,795 $33,309,220 1
62 Jul 6, 1990 Jetsons: The Movie $10,607,535 $41,218,356 1
63 Jul 4, 2003 Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas $10,146,409 $39,088,337 1
64 Jul 7, 1989 Weekend at Bernie's $10,051,169 $67,404,417 1
65 Jul 4, 2014 Earth to Echo $9,111,551 $42,413,715 1
66 Jul 1, 1994 Baby's Day Out $8,822,915 $36,170,588 1
67 Jul 1, 2011 Monte Carlo $8,440,216 $26,022,986 1
68 Jul 6, 2012 Katy Perry: Part of Me $8,021,536 $28,316,836 1
69 Jul 4, 1986 Psycho III $7,768,671 $34,740,233 1
70 Jul 4, 1986 The Great Mouse Detective $7,725,068 $56,627,825 1
71 Jul 4, 1986 About Last Night... $7,562,527 $92,843,812 1
72 Jul 4, 1986 Under the Cherry Moon $7,558,820 $24,206,149 1
73 Jul 1, 2005 Rebound $6,989,274 $23,338,568 1
74 Jul 1, 1994 Little Big League $6,774,510 $26,448,602 1
75 Jul 3, 1987 Adventures in Babysitting $6,603,975 $76,915,393 1
76 Jul 5, 2002 The Powerpuff Girls $5,488,763 $17,480,828 1
77 Jul 4, 2008 Kit Kittredge: An American Girl $4,086,723 $21,888,010 3
78 Jul 4, 1997 Wild America $3,510,722 $14,281,527 1
79 Jul 6, 2012 To Rome with Love $3,488,449 $18,654,614 3
80 Jul 4, 2014 America: Imagine a World Without Her $2,988,911 $15,735,129 2
81 Jul 4, 2014 Begin Again $1,368,860 $17,615,494 2
82 Jul 3, 2015 Me and Earl and the Dying Girl $1,366,570 $7,135,219 4
83 Jul 2, 1999 Elvis Gratton 2 $1,226,122 $5,810,000 1
84 Jul 2, 1982 The Secret of Nimh $1,170,108 $30,696,901 1
85 Jul 1, 2016 Our Kind of Traitor $1,021,423 $3,244,281 1

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is adjusted for ticket price inflation. The gross is estimated based on how much the movie would have made if it sold as many tickets today as when it was originally released. The chart takes into account re-releases during the life of the movie.

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