OVERSEAS: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Bites $150.9 Weekend from 48 Countries (Monday Actuals)

Monday Update: Actual results for the weekend came in at $150.9 million as Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened in first place all 48 of its opening markets this weekend, including Korea, UK, Germany, France, Russia, Spain, and Italy.

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Sunday Update:

The studio updates with the following information:

Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom roared loudly into 48 international markets this weekend ahead of its June 22 North American release, and the weekend gross is an estimated $151.1 million.  Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the clear No.1 film in all 48 territories where it was released.

Some highlights include:

  • Biggest Opening Weekend Universal All-Time (Hong Kong and Korea).
  • Biggest Opening Day of All-Time (Korea).
  • Biggest Opening Weekend for the month of June in nine markets (Iceland, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, India, Mongolia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam).
  • Biggest Opening Weekend in Jurassic World Franchise in 15 markets (Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Mongolia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam).
  • It is the fifth-biggest international opening weekend of 2018 behind Avengers: Infinity War, Monster Hunt 2, Deadpool 2 and Black Panther. (all of which opened in over 60 territories in their opening weekends, excluding Monster Hunt).
  • Top grossing territories include: Korea $27.2 million; UK & Ireland $19.9 million; France $10.0 million; Spain $9.5 million; Germany $9.1 million; Taiwan $8.4 million; Russia $8.0 million; India $7.9 million; Indonesia $5.2 million; Thailand $4.7 million; Italy $4.5 million; Hong Kong $4.3 million; Malaysia $4.1 million; Philippines $4.0 million; Singapore $2.9 million; Netherlands $2.6 million.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom saw outstanding results in IMAX this weekend grossing $8 million from 277 IMAX screens in 48 international territories.  The film earned a stellar $29K per-screen average, with particular strength coming from Asian territories (averaging $50K per screen).  Standout PSAs included Sweden ($83K), Korea ($75K), Taiwan ($65K), Hong Kong ($61K), Netherlands ($56K), Norway ($52K), UAE ($50K), and France ($44K).

Universal releases Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in 21 more territories over the next month, including China on June 15, Australia and Brazil on June 21, Mexico on June 22 and Japan on July 13.

With Sunday’s grosses Universal will have reached $1 billion at the international box office for the 12th consecutive year.


Saturday Update:

Universal’s official announcement this morning:

Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened in 48 international markets this weekend ahead of its June 22 North American release, and the weekend gross is an estimated $145.9 millionJurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the clear No.1 film in all 48 territories where it was released.

Some highlights include:

  • Biggest opening day of all time (Korea).
  • Universal’s biggest opening day of all time (Hong Kong and Korea).
  • Biggest opening day in the month of June in six markets (Mongolia, Turkey, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and Iceland).
  • Biggest opening day in Jurassic World franchise in 14 markets (Mongolia, Estonia, Iceland, Lithuania, Serbia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam).
  • It is the fifth-biggest international opening weekend of 2018 behind Avengers: Infinity War, Monster Hunt 2, Deadpool 2 and Black Panther (all of which opened in more than 60 territories in their opening weekends, excluding Monster Hunt 2).
  • Top grossing territories include: Korea $26.3 million; the U.K. & Ireland $18.9 million; France $9.6 million; Germany $9.0 million; Taiwan $8.1 million; Spain $7.7 million; Russia $7.6 million; India $7.5 million; Indonesia $5.3 million; Philippines $4.5 million; Hong Kong $4.0 million; Vietnam $2 million.

There are 21 more territories to open, including China on June 15, Australia and Brazil on June 21,  Mexico on June 22 and Japan on July 13.

Shawn Robbins

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    David Howell June 10, 2018

    With the caveat that the Korean opening was a holiday Wednesday – meaning that $27m figure is for a 5-day holiday weekend – that is still very impressive. (For comparison, JW1 made $14m on a four-day non-holiday opening in that market, $2m of it on Thursday.)

    The UK number is down over a third from JW1, but even if domestic was that far down we’d still be looking at comfortably over $400m. And Asian markets will surely hold up a lot better than that, or even show growth.

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