The 4th of July holiday weekend is typically a big one at the box office, with fans flocking to their local theaters to beat the heat. This year, three new movies opened, The BFG, The Legend of Tarzan and The Purge: Election Year, going up against the winner for the past two weekends, Finding Dory. Unfortunately, none of these newcomers could defeat the champ, with Finding Dory winning for a third week in a row with $41.9 million.

Box Office Mojo reports that Finding Dory dropped just 42.6% this weekend. The Legend of Tarzan opened in 3,561 theaters, followed by The BFG in 3,357 theaters and The Purge: Election Year in 2,796 theaters. The BFG is the only new release to have a positive Rotten Tomatoes rating, with a solid 71% Fresh, with The Legend of Tarzan scoring just 35% and The Purge: Election Year getting 54%. The Legend of Tarzan debuted in second place with $38.1 million, followed by The Purge: Election Year in third with $30.8 million and The BFG in fourth with $19.5 million. Independence Day: Resurgence rounds out the top 5 with 16.5 million, a 59.8% drop from last weekend.

The talents of three of the world's greatest storytellers - Roald Dahl, Walt Disney and Steven Spielberg - finally come together to bring The BFG to life. Directed by the three-time Academy Award winner from a screenplay by Melissa Mathison based on the best-selling book by Dahl, The BFG tells the imaginative story of a young girl and the Giant who introduces her to the wonders and perils of Giant Country and stars three-time Tony Award, two-time Olivier Award and Oscar winner Mark Rylance, newcomer Ruby Barnhill, Penelope Wilton, Jemaine Clement, Rebecca Hall, Rafe Spall and Bill Hader. The film is produced by Spielberg, Frank Marshall and Sam Mercer with Kathleen Kennedy, John Madden, Kristie Macosko Krieger, Michael Siegel, Frank Smith and Naia Cucukov serving as executive producers. Independence Day: Resurgence will likely drop to third place with $20.1 million, followed by The Purge: Anarchy $18.6 million and The Legend of Tarzan rounding out the top 5 with $14.5 million.

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Expanding the universe introduced in the hit franchise that electrified the culture and earned $200 million at the worldwide box office, Universal Pictures' The Purge: Election Year reveals the next terrifying chapter that occurs over 12 hours of annual lawlessness sanctioned by the New Founders of America to keep this country great. It's been two years since Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo) stopped himself from a regrettable act of revenge on Purge Night. Now serving as head of security for Senator Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell), his mission is to protect her in a run for president and survive the annual ritual that targets the poor and innocent. But when a betrayal forces them onto the streets of D.C. on the one night when no help is available, they must stay alive until dawn...or both be sacrificed for their sins against the state.

The Legend of Tarzan is set years since the man once known as Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård) left the jungles of Africa behind for a gentrified life as John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke, with his beloved wife, Jane (Margot Robbie) at his side. Now, he has been invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament, unaware that he is a pawn in a deadly convergence of greed and revenge, masterminded by the Belgian, Captain Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz). But those behind the murderous plot have no idea what they are about to unleash.

Rounding out the top 10 this weekend is Central Intelligence ($12.3 million), The Shallows ($9 million), Free State of Jones ($4.1 million), The Conjuring 2 ($3.8 million) and Now You See Me 2 ($2.9 million). Also opening in limited release is Roadside Attractions' drama Our Kind of Traitor, which earned just over $1 milllion from 373 theaters for a $2,685 per-screen average. Music Box Films' drama The Innocents earned $31,500 from three theaters for a $10,500 per-screen average, while The Orchard's documentary Life, Animated earned $26,547 from three theaters for a $8,849 per-screen average. No box office data was released for Magnolia's horror film Satanic. We don't know for sure if there are plans for any of these limited releases to expand in the weeks and months ahead, so stay tuned.

Looking ahead to next weekend, the 20th Century Fox comedy Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Universal's animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets open in wide release. Debuting in limited release is Bleecker Street's Captain Fantastic, Saban Films' Cell, Well Go USA's Cold War 2, ESX Entertainment's The Dog Lover, Independent's Fathers and Daughters, Sony Classics' Our Little Sister, Magnolia's Zero Days and Music Box Films' Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You. Be sure to check back on on Tuesday for next week's predictions, but until then, check out the top 10 for the weekend of July 1.

1Finding Dory
2The Legend of Tarzan
3The Purge: Anarchy
4The BFG
5Independence Day: Resurgence
6Central Intelligence
7The Shallows
8Free State of Jones
9The Conjuring 2
10Now You See Me 2