Los Angeles: Universal Pictures’ “Jurassic World” dinosaur philharmonic is set to turn a fastest film to sum $1 billion in box bureau profits worldwide on Monday, after final week’s record-breaking opening.
The movie, that stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, is approaching to strike a miracle only 13 days after a release, a studio said.
The prior record was set by Universal’s “Furious 7” car-filled movement film, that surfaced $1 billion globally in 17 days after a Apr recover this year.
Over a weekend, “Jurassic World” scored a highest-grossing second week during a domestic box bureau with $106.6 million, commanding $400 million in North America in 10 days.
“Jurassic World,” a co-production with Legendary Pictures that rebooted Steven Spielberg’s asleep “Jurassic Park” authorization scarcely 15 years after a initial trilogy ended, is a latest film for Comcast Corp-owned Universal Pictures to measure large during a box bureau this year.
The studio has also enjoyed hits with February’s amorous “Fifty Shades of Grey” film and May’s female-led singing comedy “Pitch Perfect 2,” and is gearing adult for a recover of a charcterised “Minions” film and a R-rated raunchy comedy “Ted 2” in a summer.