Universal's "Jurassic World" has become the fastest film to gross $500 million in North America.
It is only the fifth film to amass that figure in the continent, reports ew.com.
In its third weekend, "Jurassic World" brought in an estimated $54.2 million and narrowly surpassed Disney-Pixar's latest animation film "Inside Out", which made $52.1 million.
The second on the $500-million grossers list is the 2008 film "The Dark Knight" which minted a total of $534 million in the North American market.
"Jurassic World" is already the fastest film to hit $1 billion globally, and the last weekend brought its worldwide total to an estimated $1.238 billion, making it the eighth biggest movie of all time.
Even though the film topped the box office for the third weekend in a row, it was still a tight race with "Inside Out", which also had a strong showing, only dropping about 42 percent.