Collin Trevorrow’s “Jurassic World” is the third highest grossing movie with “Avengers” being knocked down to number four. Read on to know more.
It is indeed a very proud moment for director Collin Trevorrow and the entire cast and crew of the “Jurassic World.” The “Jurassic Park” sequel has grossed $ 208,806,270 in the opening weekend itself. This figure was just enough to overtake Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers” with had a figure somewhere around $ 207.4 million. It has been officially reported that “Jurassic World” has become the third highest grossing movie of all times effectively dethroning “Avengers” at the box office, ComicBook reported. The sequel to Steven Spielberg’s classic “Jurassic Park” has overthrown “The Avengers” box office collections since its opening in June.
As sources prove that “Jurassic World” is still being played in most of the theatre’s nationwide, “The Avengers” is the fourth highest grossing movie.
Domestically “Jurassic World” is set at number four with US box office earning of $ 611 million, on the other hand “The Avengers remains ahead of the contest occupying the third position with $623 million.
With the competition being tough, “Jurassic World” has made the makers proud. The achievement of such an honest movie is very much deserving. Some may even see this as a milestone worth noting down. As it is know that a superhero movie in Hollywood, nowadays, really does good business. This superhero movie equation is a money making equation no doubt. It can be guessed that this is the reason why most Hollywood actors are turning towards these films than any other genre. This conception has even led stars to take part in comic books moves even if they do not have a heart for them.
“Jurassic World” had turned this latest money spinning equation upside down bringing the blockbuster movie making of the 1990’s into picture.
We can only say that “Jurassic World” has not disappointed the people and the out-of-the-world excitement made audiences cling to their seats like never before.
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