Jason Bourne has taken the number one spot at the U.S. box office, grossing $60 million in its opening weekend.
Jason Bourne is the fourth film in the Matt Damon franchise and sees the actor reprise the title role for the first film since the success of The Bourne Ultimatum back in 2007.
The movie sees Damon reunite with filmmaker Paul Greengrass, in what is their first film together since Green Zone. In all, this is their fourth film collaboration.
Stark Trek Beyond could only manage one week at the top of the U.S. box office and slid a single place to number two this week.
The film, which is the third movie in the new franchise, took a further $24 million over the weekend, to just hold off the challenge from comedy Bad Moms.
Bad Moms, which stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn, was the second highest new entry this week, as the film opened at number three.
The Secret Life of pets was down two places at four, while Lights Out was also a down two spots at this week's number five.
Ice Age: Collision Course fell out of the top five for the first time as the animation film dropped two places to number six. Ghostbusters was also down two at seven.
Nerve, which sees Emma Roberts star alongside Dave Franco, was the third and final new entry, as it opened at number eight.
Finding Dory may be raking in the cash worldwide, but the latest Pixar film was this week's biggest faller as it slipped from six to number nine.
The Legend of Tarzan was down just a single place as it round off this week's top ten.
- (-) Jason Bourne - $60,000,000
- (1) Star Trek Beyond - $24,000,000
- (-) Bad Moms - $23,400,000
- (2) The Secret Life of Pets - $18,210,000
- (3) Lights Out - $10,810,000
- (4) Ice Age: Collision Course - $10,500,000
- (5) Ghostbusters - $9,800,000
- (-) Nerve - $9,000,000
- (6) Finding Dory - $4,220,000
- (9) The Legend of Tarzan- $2,405,000
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