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Jurassic World 2 on hits the box office this weekend with $150 million.

ThatFilm Jun 26

 

Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom would flee on its own this weekend, which took the box office crown. It was just waiting for the result of what it would win, and today it is known that it won 150 million dollars to easily crown the box office. Although none of its competitors were even close, with last week’s winner, Los IncreĆ­bles 2, dropping to a distant second place with $80.9 million, but failing to catch up with its predecessor, Jurassic World 2015.

Jurassic World premiered in June 2015 and broke the record set by The Avengers for the last three years of its weekend premiere of $207.4 million, debuting at $208.8 million. The film would raise $652.2 million in the United States and $1,671 million globally. While it is unlikely that the film will have the capacity to outdo Jurassic World in its total box-office share, either domestically or globally, until we see whether the film will hold its own at the box office. However, the release of $150 million remains a fairly solid start to this sequel, even if it means that the sequel will not surpass its predecessor.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom debuted in 4,475 films, the second largest premiere of all time, behind Despicable Me 3 last year, which debuted in 4,529 films, and just one theatre before the opening of 4,474 Avengers: Infinity War theatres. The film was presented with an impressive average of $33,520 per screen in 4,475 cinemas, although it was not successful.
of success its predecessor. 2015’s Jurassic World has a strong score of 71% Rotten Tomatoes, but the sequel has divided the critics in half with a score of 50% RT. The film has already won $561m in other markets, having been released in many countries before the World Cup, for a total of $711.5m worldwide. The logical thing to do is to get the $1 billion through in a short period of time.

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