JURASSIC WORLD IS DEVOURING BOX OFFICE RECORDS

I expected big number for Jurassic World but never this big. Jurassic World is breaking every record in the book, it’s expected that the film will finish at around 1.5 Billion world wide in Box Office takings. That would put it in the top 3 of all time.

Hopefully this might make Hollywood rethink the remakes and give us more sequels. This is how I imagine what the Universal Pictures HQ’s look like right now.

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Let’s just take a look at the current records the blockbuster has crushed.

  • Highest-grossing weekend of all time with $524.4 million
    (Previous record: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ with $483.2 million)
  • Highest-grossing international weekend of all-time with $315.6 million
    (Previous record: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ with $314 million)
  • Highest-grossing domestic weekend of all time with $208.8 million
    (Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers” with $207.4 million)
  • Biggest domestic June debut
    (Previous record: “Man of Steel” with $116.6 million)
  • Biggest PG-13 rated film debut
    (Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers” with $207.4 million)
  • Fastest film to $200 million
    (Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers”)
  • Universal’s highest-grossing international weekend
    (Previous record” “Furious 7″ with $250.4 million)
  • Universal’s highest-grossing North American weekend
    (Previous record: “Furious 7″ with $147.2 million)
  • Imax record international weekend of $23.5 million
    (Previous record: “Transformers: Age of Extinction” with $16.7 million)
  • Imax record domestic weekend of $20.6 million
    (Previous record: “The Dark Knight Rises” with $19 million)
  • Premium large-format record of $16.2 million
    (Previous record: “Avengers: Age of Ultron” with $13.1 million)
  • Biggest debut for a Chris Pratt film
    (Previous record: “Guardians of the Galaxy” with $94.3 million)

 

So, what does this mean for Jurassic World? It means sequels, in fact Universal has already confirmed a sequel is on the horizon with Chris Pratt locked in for the lead once again. While no date is set, be sure that we will be there with every bit of content we can get our hands on. In the meantime check out our review and make sure you check out Jurassic World in cinemas now!

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