''Tarzan'' is no match for a little blue fish this week as Finding Dory is blowing everyone else out of the water. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Pixar's "Finding Dory" is staying afloat quite nicely in North American theaters. The sequel to Finding Nemo has earned $41.9 million in ticket sales this holiday weekend. The wide-eyed blue tang fish is on a mission to find her parents, but she can't do it alone. Dory, both the character and the movie itself, is showing no signs of slowing down, it's on pace to become the highest-grossing Pixar film, domestically. Swinging past MOST of its competition -- "The Legend of Tarzan. The story of a wild man and his wife Jane comes in second place this week, with $38.1 million in ticket sales. And with that, the jungle has awoken. The third film in the Purge series presents a dark portrait of the nation's capital. "...all crime, including murder, will be legal for 12 hours." A presidential candidate is determined to end the yearly tradition of mayhem and murder... but it doesn't seem that AUDIENCES want the Purge to end. The thriller placed third at the box office with $30.9 million in earnings. Time IS ticking... will the Purge survive another week on the charts?