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  • key2win
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    Weekend Report: 'Ant-Man' Burgles 'Pixels'' #1 - Box Office Mojo

    Perhaps the biggest news of the weekend was news we all saw coming. Universal announced that, at the end of business today, Jurassic World will have earned an estimated $623.8 million at the domestic box office, passing Marvel's The Avengers and its $623.4M, making Jurassic World the third-highest-grossing film in North American history. Just last week it passed The Avengers worldwide gross of $1.520B. The dino-flick's current gross stands at an estimated $1.542B.

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  • key2win
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    Weekend Report: 'Minions' Mop Up - Box Office Mojo

    Jurassic World fell only -38% for $18.11M in 3,441 locations. That placed World in 2nd place on the charts, followed by the Disney/Pixar film.

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  • key2win
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    'Inside' Holds Out for #1 - Box Office Mojo

    In a squeaker of a Fourth of July finish Inside Out made $29.77M to Jurassic World's $29.24M, giving the Disney/Pixar film its first #1 berth its third week of release.

    What Universal does appear to be conceding, however, with a "you can have it" air, is that the Disney/Pixar film is likely the winner of the five-day Fourth of July frame. Though it's still a tight race Disney is claiming victory for the full holiday domestic frame with Inside Out making $45.3M (4,158 venues) to Jurassic World's $43.8M (3,737 venues).

    Universal is also reporting that Jurassic World will pass $550M in domestic grosses this weekend. Adding another milestone to its marble bag of records that's the fastest—in 24 days—any film has reached the $550M mark. World added $42M in overseas coin, raising its international total to $826.9M. Combined with domestic that total makes Jurassic World the fifth highest grossing film worldwide of all time with $1.385B in global grosses, just passing Avengers: Age of Ultron at $1.37B. Ultron opened in its last market this weekend, making $6.5M in Japan.

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  • key2win
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    Saw the movie today. It is really good, almost as good as the original one. This one is also way better than the Lost World and Jurassic Park 3.

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  • key2win
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    'Jurassic' Holds Off Challengers - Box Office Mojo

    Jurassic World took the #1 weekend box-office spot for the third week in a row with $54.2M off of a -49% week-over-week drop, just allowing it to fend off Disney's Inside Out, which made $52.1M on a -42.4% decline.

    Included in the Universal report is another Jurassic World record. The film also crossed the $500M mark domestically, the fastest any film has done that, crossing the milestone in 17 days (6/12/2015 - 6/28/2015). The previous record holder, Marvel's The Avengers, pulled it off in 23 days (5/4/2012 - 5/26/2012).

    Internationally, Jurassic World took in $737.5M this weekend in 66 territories. Its top grossing markets are China ($202M), the U.K. and Ireland ($76.1M), Mexico ($36.9M), Korea ($35.3M), Germany ($35.3M), Australia ($29.4M), France ($29M), and Russia ($21.9M).

    Combined with the +500M+ domestic take the film's worldwide total is $1.24B.

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  • key2win
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    Haven't seen it yet but a few friends who watched it said it was really good. On par and close to as good as the first one.

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  • azdbacks1998
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    So, apparently it made alot of $$....but was it a good show?

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  • key2win
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    'Jurassic' Retains #1, 'Inside Out' Joyful - Box Office Mojo

    Jurassic World retained its #1 position at the weekend box office with a less-than-expected -51% decline for a $102M take. Inside Out outperformed even the most optimistic of estimates and banked $91M, making it Pixar's 2nd largest opening weekend, behind Toy Story 3, which made $110.3M in 2010.

    And that globe continues to be dominated by Jurassic World. Add its overseas take of $583.1M to its estimated domestic take of $398.2M and the film sits with an estimated worldwide cume of $981.3M in worldwide grosses. Given that pace World will likely handily beat the record for fewest days to $1B worldwide, on its 11th or 12th, whereas the previous record holder, Universal's Furious 7, did so in 17 days in April. World has opened in all territories save Japan where Universal says it's now opening August 5th.

    You also can't dismiss that domestic take either. World's $102M, off that -51% decline, is the second best second week in history, only behind Marvel's The Avengers which made $103.1M in its second week off of a -50.3% WOW decline. Avengers: Age of Ultron, in comparison, dropped -59.4% in its second week ($191.3M to $77.7M). Furious 7 dropped -59.5% (from $147.2M to $59.6M)

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  • azdbacks1998
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    So, was it worth the hype??...or is it a Redbox rental?

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  • key2win
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    'Jurassic''s World - Box Office Mojo

    Universal is reporting that Jurassic World now holds the title of biggest domestic opening weekend of all time, grossing $208.8M at the box office, surpassing 2012's Marvel's The Avengers at $207.4M.

    Not content with North American triumphs World also now holds the title for the #1 international opening weekend in history as well, with an estimated $315.6M, besting Warner Bros. 2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 at $314M. World was #1 in 66 territories and represented 70% of the total weekend box office around the globe. The film also laid claim to the title of Universal's highest-grossing international weekend, beating the previous record holder Furious 7 with $250.4M

    This all led to other firsts: Universal crossed the $1B mark at the domestic box office faster than any studio to date, beating the previous record achieved on June 22, 2008 by Paramount. Worldwide Universal smashed the record for reaching $3B worldwide, previously held by 20th Century Fox, on June 30, 2010.

    With those domestic and overseas numbers being adjusted upward (which is seemingly happening on the hour), the cumulative worldwide number went to $524.4M (was put at $511.8M on Sunday), making the film the highest global bow in history, and not by some slim margin. It is the first time a film has ever grossed more than $500 million in one weekend.

    Not only is Jurassic World the biggest opening domestic weekend that Universal has ever had (the next closest film is Furious 7 with $147.2M) it's the biggest that co-financier Legendary has ever had, which includes the Dark Knight films.

    3D also played a major role, according to RealD, who reported that 65% of all international sales were for 3D showings, equaling $205M of the $315.3 (Real D reports this number as $315.7). Universal states that 3D grosses were more like 50%. Included in the Real D report is the astonishing assertion that 95% of moviegoers in China saw Jurassic World in 3D, with the next top performing markets listed as Germany (89%), Brazil (78%) and Russia (74%)

    Universal reports that "IMAX scored a record-breaking international weekend of $23.5M, or $53k per screen on 443 IMAX screens, which beats the previous best international opening weekend" held by Transformers: Age of Extinction with $16.7M

    Things look rosy for the film in the future as well with an "A" Cinema Score, with audience attendance splitting up 52% Male and 48% female. 39% were under age 25 and 61% age 25 and over.

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  • key2win
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    Anyone Going To Watch Jurassic World

    It looks better than the second and third ones.
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