‘Jurassic World’: What has made the movie so popular and successful in the box office?
American science fiction-adventure film directed by Colin Trevorrow, “Jurassic World” has amazed viewers of all ages. The film has earned a whopping $511.8 million worldwide in it’s opening weekend, and estimated $204.6 million in North America and $307.2 million overseas.
There had been many speculations as to what contributed to “Jurassic World” movie success and helped it to become the biggest worldwide opening in history ever!
The film’s success is bifurcated among the following by Hollywood marketers:
1. Chris Pratt: Even though, Chris Pratt had been modest enough to say that he would rather be Beyonce because that’s cooler than his role in “Jurassic World,” many fans would admit that it was actually the actor who made the movie such a huge success.
He has spent many years in supporting roles and throbbed hearts with his comic role in sitcom “Parks and Recreation. One should not also forget that he has been part of 2014’s top five grossing films, “The Lego Movie” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The actor’s persona has a charm and humour that is irresistible.
2. The China box-office Effect: There is a restraining order on the figure of how many foreign movies can be screened in China. The Hollywood movies have to be lucky to get the same opening date same as in the US. “Jurassic World” is one of the few lucky ones.
Not only was the film released on the same day, it earned $100.8m on China box-office which accounted for 20% of grossing amount earned by all the foreign movies released.
3. Nostalgic roads and 3D Effect: The “Jurassic Park” had special place in the heart of all movie-goers. 1993 Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” magic had to be re-created and 3D effect have done it a long way. The chance of seeing dinosaurs in even larger than life-size has proved to be a huge success for a Hollywood movie to make history.
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