‘Jurassic World’ Crosses $1B Worldwide In Record Time
The official news release from Universal:
We are pleased to announce that Jurassic World will cross $1 billion at the worldwide box office today after 13 days-faster than any film in history.
With Sunday’s reported actuals, Jurassic World has also secured the highest-grossing second week at the North American box office with $106.6 million. This brings the domestic cume to $402.8, which is also the fastest any film has reached $400 million at the domestic box office-after only 10 days. In addition, Jurassic World crossed $500 million internationally on Saturday, marking the quickest climb to that milestone-in only 11 days.
Jurassic World will be Universal’s second film to achieve $1 billion this year following the April release ofFurious 7. With current global grosses of $987.2 million, Jurassic World has earned $584.4 million overseas in 13 days and $402.8 million in North America after 11 days and will cross $1 billion with today’s business.