Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom took a massive bite out of the International box this weekend, earning an estimated $151.1 million from 48 markets. Comparing the same markets, the new film is only slightly lower than what Jurassic World did in 2015. Adjusted for inflation, Jurassic World opened to $158.6 million in the same 48 markets.
Next weekend Fallen Kingdom officially opens in China and the tracking for the opening weekend there only continues to grow. According to Gavin Feng on Twitter, Fallen Kingdom is expected to open to $115 million. In comparison, Jurassic World’s China opening weekend, not adjusted for inflation, was $99.1 million.
China Box Office Tracking: Jurassic World 2 is projected to make $115M on 3-day opening. The film is still doing good in advance ticket sale, beating Pirates 5($68.42M), Kong: Skull Island($72.98M), Civil War($96.68M) at the same point. #JurassicWorld
— Gavin Feng (@weier1231997) June 9, 2018
On June 22nd, Fallen Kingdom opens domestically and is currently tracking for an opening weekend of $130-$150 million.
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