Jurassic World box office collection: Chris Pratt starrer opens earth-shattering in the international market

Jurassic World box office collection: Chris Pratt starrer opens earth-shattering in the international market

Universal studios decided to release the film in international market two weeks ahead of it’s North American release. Film has opened massive by earning $20.2 million dollars on the preview day. It has shattered the record of attendance of all times in South Korea beating Avengers Infinity War. It got 9.7 million people buying tickets the first day which is about 200,000 more than Marvel blockbuster. It will gather an easy $160-180 million in it’s opening weekend in America and till that time it would have gathered nearly $200 million from the rest of the world. Infamous china figures are yet to come in and those will change the game of this franchise.

In 2015, Jurassic World stunned the world by earning $208 million in it’s opening North American weekend and eventually ended up making $1.67 billion worldwide only to stay behind Avengers Infinity War, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Titanic and Avatar. The fallen kingdom might outgross Black Panther worldwide though crossing it’s remarkable domestic collection is a really tall order. French people really showed up for dinosaurs as it banked around $1.7 million in the opening day. In Indonesia it gathered around $1 million by taking more than 55% of the market share.

Indian audience also started showing their enthusiasm for this franchise as it mints 5-6 crores on an opening Thursday. By weekend the film will pick up heavy and shall earn around 30-35 crores. Most of the collections will come from the English version as Hindi prints are much less anyways. It has some severe competition from Rajinikanth starrer Kaala which is not ready to be boiled down by any Hollywood dude as there is no bigger star than Rajini in this country. Salman Khan starrer ‘Race 3’ will come next week and no other film would even stand their stance in the theaters but heavy collections will be recorded before that.

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