‘Jurassic World’ Sets A Milestone Grossing $1 Billion At Global Box Office
Universal Studio’s dino-disaster in “Jurassic World” continues to set its record. This weekend the blockbuster reboot has traversed $1 billion landmark at the world wide box office, to become the fourth film to attain this endeavor. Read on for more details.
This summer, “Jurassic World” has made its own marks as it enters the petite group to unite with “Avatar,” “Titanic,” and this year’s “Furious 7.” In much less than eight months making it reach $6B in a year, Universal’s global box office is now $6.043B.
EW cites “Jurassic World” is only the fourth movie to ever reach 10 figures internationally, after “Avatar” ($2.03 billion), “Titanic” ($1.53 billion), and “Furious 7” ($1.16 billion), and is certainly a gigantic airing in antiquity for a Hollywood studio.
As one of the biggest blockbuster of this year, “Jurassic World” has obtained the greatest national debut of all time with $208.8 million. just in 13 days, the movie has also acquired the greatest second weekend ever as it traversed $1 billion benchmark internationally.
This reboot of the epic dinosaur franchise directed by Colin Trevorrow and produced by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment alongside stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, has entered the rank three gaining success both domestically and internationally. The last but not least market for this movie was Japan, where it has acquired $63.1 million in the first month itself.
While talking to Variety, Duncan Clark, president of distribution for Universal Pictures International revealed some information about it.
“When we opened the film, we never expected to get to $1 billion but we knew we had the goods along with tremendous support from marketing and filmmakers who gave us everything.” Clark said.
‘Jurassic World sequel’ is slated for release in June 22, 2018 in which Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard shall make a comeback though the director is not finalized yet, but co-writer and executive producers will remain the same as “Jurassic World.”
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