Jurassic world broke record of Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows Part 2 while Universal Pictures made a comeback through this franchise movie.
We all were anxiously waiting for the Jurassic Park sequels’ new entry this season ‘Jurassic World’ which hit the cinemas this weekend. The movie is all time favorite to many people of all ages but its recent sequel did not get much praise.
Unlike that one, the new Jurassic World ruled box office when it debuts.
When the film opened this weekend it earned an estimated $511.8 million dollars worldwide. JW demolished the previous record held by 2011’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and marking the first time a film has grossed more than $500 million dollars in a single weekend. Sounds wow and may be this is the reason that number still growing.
Of that total, some $204.6 million was made in the United States Even adjusting for ticket price inflation, Jurassic World — which stars Chris Pratt as a Velociraptor trainer and Bryce Dallas Howard as the dinosaur amusement park’s operations manager — is by far the best debut in the Jurassic Park franchise.
Prior to this weekend’s domination, the most successful movie had been 1997’s follow-up, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, which earned an adjusted $127.6 million and was the final entry in the series to be directed by Steven Spielberg, though he still served as an executive producer for Jurassic World.
Critics say that Universal pictures pulled off the cinematic comeback by dinosaur thriller as they choose a right director who seemed a good replacement of Steven Spielberg. Director Colin Trevorrow gave a tribute to his childhood fantasy movie by directing a franchise. Another thing which contributed to success of movie is that Dino action and thriller is showed in a good way which attracted children of all ages to watch this movie.
According to a report 58 percent of ticket buyers were males, while 50 percent of the overall audience was under the age of 25 in US. The cast includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D’Onofrio, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy, BD Wong, Judy Greer.