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Inside Out narrowly dethrones Jurassic World

Date: Monday, July 6, 2015 - 15:15 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

While studio estimates yesterday showed Jurassic World narrowly repeating as the weekend box office champ for a 4th time, the actuals today proved differently. Based on weekend actuals from 'The Numbers', Inside Out won the weekend with $29.77 million and Jurassic World came in second place with $29.24 million.

While it didn't win four straight weekends, the box office run for Jurassic World continues to be very impressive. Most box office predictions before the Summer had Jurassic World surrendering the top spot at the weekend box office on the June 19th weekend, instead it held onto the top spot into the beginning of July.

Jurassic World is currently the top film domestically of the Summer and the year with $556.54 million. Baring a major suprise, Jurassic World will end the Summer movie season as the #1 movie domestically. Whether it will remain the top film of the year will depend on how well Star Wars: The Force Awakens does in December. Domestically, Jurassic World currently ranks #4 all-time and will likely end its run as the #3 movie of all-time domestically.

Worldwide Jurassic World continues to draw big numbers as the total worldwide gross currently stands at $1.38 million, which ranks second for 2015 behind Furious 7 and just above Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Jurassic World's worlwide rank is currently #5 all-time and could end as high as #3 just behind Avatar and Titanic.

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Jaffa & Silver JP4 script featured made up dinosaur from China

Date: Sunday, July 5, 2015 - 23:13 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow spoke to 'IGN' about his job interview with Steven Spielberg, the production delay, and concepts in the original script. One very interesting item that Trevorrow revealed was that in the original script by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, the concept of the new big bad dinosaur was not a hybrid as was featured in the final film version. Instead, the new dinosaur was going to be a made up dinosaur that was discovered by paleontologists in China in-film only. Trevorrow changed the origin of the new dinosaur to a hybrid because he did not want to deceive audiences into thinking the new dinosaur actually existed.

Trevorrow also revealed that the concept of a fully functioning park, a new big bad dinosaur and the idea of a human/raptor relationship were Spielberg ideas that were carried over from the Silver and Jaffa script.


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4th of July belongs to the dinosaurs

Date: Sunday, July 5, 2015 - 16:48 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

Based on studio estimates from 'Deadline', the killer robots of the Terminator franchise were no match for the dinosaurs of Jurassic World. Jurassic World for the 4th straight weekend is projected to be the #1 movie domestically with a haul of $30.9 million. It narrowly is ahead of studio estimates of $30.1 million for Inside Out and we will have to wait until tomorrow afternoon to know for sure if it in fact did four-peat.

With these estimates, Jurassic World is currently at $558.2 million domestically and $1.39 million worldwide.


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Box Office Update

Date: Thursday, July 2, 2015 - 17:56 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

As we head into the 4th of July weekend it is time for an update of the box office status for Jurassic World. Based on data from 'The Numbers', Jurassic World as of Wednesday is at $520.36 million domestically with a worldwide total at $1.29 billion. As for the 4th of July weekend, most box office experts expect Jurassic World to bring in somewhere between $25-30 million. While it has been the #1 movie the past three weeks, it has the potential to finish anywhere between #1 and #4. Either way, it is expected to be at around $550 million after the weekend and could pass $600 million in a couple of weeks.

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Jurassic World remains #1 movie in America

Date: Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 11:21 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

Studio estimates are in for the weekend, and for the third straight time, Jurassic World has won the weekend at the domestic box office according to 'The Numbers'. Jurassic World brought in an estimated $54.2 million, bringing it's domestic total to an astonishing $500.1 million. For the second straight week, Disney/Pixar's Inside Out came in second with an estimated take of $52.1 million. Ted 2 in it's opening weekend was a disappointment as it came in 3rd with an estimated $32.9 million. Check back tomorrow afternoon/evening for the weekend actuals.

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Jurassic World now the highest grossing film of 2015 domestically

Date: Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 10:11 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

According to 'BoxOffice', on Twitter, Jurassic World took in an estimated $14.7 million on Friday domestically. The film's domestic total currently stands at $460.54 million, which now makes it the highest grossing movie domestically of 2015, moving past The Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Jurassic World is expected to bring in between $45-50 million for the weekend and will likely go down to the wire with Inside Out for the top spot.

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Jurassic Party - Live Online Event This Friday

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 22:36 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

On Friday June 26th from 5:30-8:30 PM PDT, the 'Stan Winston School of Character Arts' will host a live online event with the crew who helped bring the Jurassic Park franchise to life.
To ring out Jurassic June with a Roar, we're hosting a Live Online reunion bringing together the artists and technical wizards who created the live-action dinosaurs for the entire Jurassic Park franchise! This 3+ hour online event will give JP fans the opportunity to hear behind-the-scenes stories and see never-before-seen pics and video. Even better, the event is interactive, providing fans with the chance to ask questions about the JP film franchise and what it was like to be a part of movie history. At the end of the webcast, we'll be randomly selecting one of our online viewers to receive a piece of Jurassic Park history, a screen-used T-Rex tooth!

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Jurassic World crosses $1 billion Worldwide

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 11:05 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

According to'The Numbers' Jurassic World has now officially crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide. The film achieved this mark in just 13 days, which is now a new record in the 'Guinness World Records'
According to The Numbers (www.the-numbers.com), Jurassic World (Universal Pictures, USA, 2015), the fourth instalment in the Jurassic Park film series, reached $1 billion at the global box office in 13 days (1022 June 2015), beating Furious 7's previous mark of 17 days, and the 19 days taken by The Avengers, Avatar, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.

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Jurassic World breaks Avengers 2nd weekend record

Date: Monday, June 22, 2015 - 17:23 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

According to 'Entertainment Weekly', the weekend actuals for Jurassic World were higher than the estimates and the film broke the largest 2nd weekend record domestically. Jurassic World grossed $106.6 million compared to the previous record of $103.1 million held by The Avengers since 2012. As of Sunday, Jurassic World now sits at $402.8 million domestically.

Worldwide, the film is currently at $987.2 million and will cross the $1 billion mark today. It will have accomplished this in just 13 days, the fastest of any film all-time.

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Jurassic World scores $102 million second weekend

Date: Sunday, June 21, 2015 - 11:40 (Eastern)
Author: Nublar7

According to 'Deadline', Jurassic World won the weekend at the box office with an estimated domestic take of $102 million. Inside Out came in second with an estimated take of $91 million.

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