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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $229,086,679Details
International Box Office $389,552,320Details
Worldwide Box Office $618,638,999
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200) 134 $229,086,679
All Time International Box Office (Rank 101-200) 123 $389,552,320
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 101-200) 124 $618,638,999

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 22nd, 1997 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 29th, 1998 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sci-fi terror and violence
Running Time: 134 minutes
Franchise: Jurassic Park
Comparisons: vs. Jurassic Park
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Keywords: Cloning, Animals Gone Bad, Visual Effects, Directing Yourself, Sequels Without Their Original Stars, Animal Lead, Creature Features, Dysfunctional Family
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Amblin Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $200m 111 $202,562,309 Jun 20, 1997 30
Fastest to $150m 108 $152,539,129 May 30, 1997 14
Fastest to $100m 88 $103,014,999 May 23, 1997 6
Biggest Domestic Monday 23 $18,029,095 May 26, 1997 4
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Day Domestic 83 $26,083,950 May 25, 1997 3
Top Science Fiction Day Domestic 71 $26,083,950 May 25, 1997 3
Top Universal Day Domestic 33 $26,083,950 May 25, 1997 3
Biggest Domestic May Day 92 $26,083,950 May 25, 1997 3
Biggest Domestic Sunday 50 $26,083,950 May 25, 1997 3
Biggest Domestic May Weekend 33 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 93 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top Action Weekend Domestic 41 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top Animation/Live Action Weekend Domestic 37 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Weekend Domestic 31 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top PG-13 Weekend Domestic 76 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top Science Fiction Weekend Domestic 24 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Top Universal Weekend Domestic 12 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Fastest to $50m 103 $74,699,582 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 8 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 2 $135,936,512 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 8 $90,161,880 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 2 $169,912,911 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 3-Day) 7 $72,132,785 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 2 $135,936,512 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 7 $90,161,880 May 23, 1997 3
Memorial Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 2 $169,912,911 May 23, 1997 3

Cast

Jeff Goldblum    Dr. Ian Malcolm
Julianne Moore    Dr. Sarah Harding
Pete Postlethwaite    Roland Tembo
Richard Attenborough    John Hammond
Arliss Howard    Peter Ludlow
Vince Vaughn    Nick Van Owen
Vanessa Lee Chester    Kelly Curtis
Peter Stormare    Dieter Stark
Harvey Jason    Ajay Sidhu
Richard Schiff    Eddie Carr
Thomas F. Duffy    Dr. Robert Burke
Joseph Mazzello    Tim
Ariana Richards    Lex
Camilla Belle    Cathy Bowman
Steven Spielberg    Popcorn-Eating Man
Mark Pellegrino    Tourist #6
David St. James    Screamer
Marjean Holden    Screamer
Robert Zajonc    InGen Helicopter Pilot

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Gerald R. Molen
Producer    Colin Wilson
Executive Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Screenwriter    David Koepp
Based on the novel by    Michael Crichton
Cinematographer    Janusz Kaminski
Editor    Michael Kahn
Composer    John Williams
Production Designer    Rick Carter
Art Director    Jim Teegarden
Set Designer    Pamela Klamer
Art Director    Linda King
Costume Supervisor    Sue Moore
Sound Mixer    Ron Judkins
Sound Mixer    Robert Jackson
Full-Motion Dinosaurs    Dennis Muren
Live-Action Dinosaurs    Stan Winston
Special Dinosaur Effects    Michael Lantieri
Stunt Coordinator    M. James Arnett
Stunt Coordinator    Gary Hymes
Assistant Director    Sergio Mimica-Gezzan
Second Unit Director    David Koepp
Casting Director    Janet Hirshenson
Casting Director    Jane Jenkins
Assistant Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Dialogue Editor    Ewa Sztompke

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1997/05/23 1 $72,132,785   3,281 $21,985   $74,699,967 1
1997/05/30 1 $34,116,390 -53% 3,282 $10,395   $141,544,334 2
1997/06/06 2 $18,564,605 -46% 3,397 $5,465   $171,103,734 3
1997/06/13 3 $12,477,515 -33% 3,565 $3,500   $190,697,964 4
1997/06/20 4 $8,039,030 -36% 3,086 $2,605   $204,953,959 5
1997/06/27 6 $4,536,180 -44% 2,607 $1,740   $213,223,429 6
1997/07/04 8 $2,604,420 -43% 1,365 $1,908   $218,334,199 7
1997/07/11 10 $1,350,900 -48% 1,422 $950   $221,055,524 8
1997/07/18 15 $701,375 -48% 845 $830   $222,529,669 9
1997/07/25 19 $408,660 -42% 556 $735   $223,375,949 10
1997/08/01 25 $258,965 -37% 343 $755   $223,886,079 11
1997/08/08 14 $1,054,105 +307% 830 $1,270   $225,098,329 12
1997/08/15 17 $747,650 -29% 787 $950   $226,437,834 13
1997/08/22 24 $472,080 -37% 562 $840   $227,308,399 14
1997/08/29 29 $419,050 -11% 493 $850   $227,881,749 15
1997/09/05 32 $212,625 -49% 405 $525   $228,157,764 16
1997/09/12 29 $218,365 +3% 367 $595   $228,467,634 17
1997/09/19 30 $184,795 -15% 308 $600   $228,709,215 18
1997/09/26 30 $142,595 -23% 230 $620   $228,893,639 19
1997/10/03 33 $90,450 -37% 201 $450   $229,013,699 20
1997/10/10 46 $40,935 -55% 93 $440   $229,074,524 21

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/05/22 1 $2,567,182   0     $2,567,182 0
1997/05/23 1 $21,605,385 +742% 3,281 $6,585   $24,172,567 1
1997/05/24 1 $24,443,450 +13% 3,281 $7,450   $48,615,632 2
1997/05/25 1 $26,083,950 +7% 3,281 $7,950   $74,699,582 3
1997/05/26 1 $18,029,095 -31% 3,281 $5,495   $92,728,677 4
1997/05/27 1 $5,659,725 -69% 3,281 $1,725   $98,388,402 5
1997/05/28 1 $4,626,210 -18% 3,281 $1,410   $103,014,999 6
1997/06/20 4 $2,268,210   3,086 $735   $199,183,139 29
1997/06/21 4 $3,379,170 +49% 3,086 $1,095   $202,562,309 30
1997/06/22 4 $2,391,650 -29% 3,086 $775   $204,953,959 31
1997/06/23 4 $915,600 -62% 3,086 $297   $205,869,559 32
1997/06/24 4 $1,051,905 +15% 3,086 $341   $206,921,464 33
1997/06/25 4 $852,880 -19% 3,086 $276   $207,774,344 34
1997/06/26 4 $912,905 +7% 3,086 $296   $208,687,249 35
1997/06/27 6 $1,316,535 +44% 2,607 $505   $210,003,784 36
1997/06/28 6 $1,772,760 +35% 2,607 $680   $211,776,544 37
1997/06/29 6 $1,446,885 -18% 2,607 $555   $213,223,429 38
1997/06/30 6 $753,340 -48% 2,607 $289   $213,976,769 39
1997/07/01 7 $681,480 -10% 2,607 $261   $214,658,249 40
1997/07/02 9 $447,210 -34% 2,607 $172   $215,105,459 41
1997/07/03 8 $624,320 +40% 2,607 $239   $215,729,779 42
1997/07/04 8 $734,580 +18% 1,365 $538   $216,464,359 43
1997/07/05 8 $1,125,720 +53% 1,365 $825   $217,590,079 44
1997/07/06 8 $744,120 -34% 1,365 $545   $218,334,199 45
1997/07/07 9 $324,625 -56% 1,365 $238   $218,658,824 46
1997/07/08 9 $388,080 +20% 1,365 $284   $219,046,904 47
1997/07/09 9 $337,995 -13% 1,365 $248   $219,384,899 48
1997/07/10 9 $319,725 -5% 1,365 $234   $219,704,624 49
1997/07/11 10 $369,720 +16% 1,422 $260   $220,074,344 50
1997/07/12 10 $604,350 +63% 1,422 $425   $220,678,694 51
1997/07/13 10 $376,830 -38% 1,422 $265   $221,055,524 52
1997/07/14 10 $203,250 -46% 1,422 $143   $221,258,774 53
1997/07/15 10 $220,770 +9% 1,422 $155   $221,479,544 54
1997/07/16 11 $176,700 -20% 1,422 $124   $221,656,244 55
1997/07/17 11 $172,050 -3% 1,422 $121   $221,828,294 56
1997/07/18 15 $202,815 +18% 845 $240   $222,031,109 57
1997/07/19 15 $304,210 +50% 845 $360   $222,335,319 58
1997/07/20 15 $194,350 -36% 845 $230   $222,529,669 59
1997/07/21 14 $106,080 -45% 845 $126   $222,635,749 60
1997/07/22 14 $116,870 +10% 845 $138   $222,752,619 61
1997/07/23 15 $104,780 -10% 845 $124   $222,857,399 62
1997/07/24 14 $109,890 +5% 845 $130   $222,967,289 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1997/05/23 1 $81,172,327   3,281 $24,740   $107,427,944 1
1997/05/30 1 $45,111,185 -44% 3,282 $13,745   $152,539,129 2
1997/06/06 2 $25,681,320 -43% 3,397 $7,560   $178,220,449 3
1997/06/13 3 $18,694,480 -27% 3,565 $5,244   $196,914,929 4
1997/06/20 4 $11,772,320 -37% 3,086 $3,815   $208,687,249 5
1997/06/27 6 $7,042,530 -40% 2,607 $2,701   $215,729,779 6
1997/07/04 8 $3,974,845 -44% 1,365 $2,912   $219,704,624 7
1997/07/11 10 $2,123,670 -47% 1,422 $1,493   $221,828,294 8
1997/07/18 15 $1,138,995 -46% 845 $1,348   $222,967,289 9
1997/07/25 19 $659,825 -42% 556 $1,187   $223,627,114 10
1997/08/01 25 $417,110 -37% 343 $1,216   $224,044,224 11
1997/08/08 16 $1,645,960 +295% 830 $1,983   $225,690,184 12
1997/08/15 17 $1,146,135 -30% 787 $1,456   $226,836,319 13
1997/08/22 24 $626,380 -45% 562 $1,115   $227,462,699 14
1997/08/29 31 $482,440 -23% 493 $979   $227,945,139 15
1997/09/05 30 $304,130 -37% 405 $751   $228,249,269 16
1997/09/12 31 $275,151 -10% 367 $750   $228,524,420 17
1997/09/19 31 $226,624 -18% 308 $736   $228,751,044 18
1997/09/26 31 $172,205 -24% 230 $749   $228,923,249 19
1997/10/03 35 $110,340 -36% 201 $549   $229,033,589 20

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/7/20152016,155 29,111$0$0871
6/14/2015750,964+215% 80,075$257,343$257,343872
6/21/2015755,392+9% 135,467$354,609$611,951873
6/28/20151634,811-37% 170,278$243,468$855,419874
7/5/20152319,839-43% 190,117$99,766$955,186875
10/18/20151914,720 241,864$131,411$1,359,103890
10/25/20151812,086-18% 253,950$85,346$1,444,449891

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/31/2015128,766 8,766$96,338$96,338870
6/7/20151111,106+27% 19,872$122,056$218,394871
6/14/2015822,641+104% 42,513$248,824$467,218872
6/21/20151127,062+20% 69,575$297,414$764,632873
6/28/20151310,927-60% 80,502$119,654$884,286874
10/25/2015169,488 111,420$104,268$1,224,067891

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