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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $148,024,610Details
International Box Office $561,500,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $709,524,610
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Synopsis

It’s been four years since theme park and luxury resort Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who’s still missing in the wild, and Claire has grown a respect for these creatures she now makes her mission. Arriving on the unstable island as lava begins raining down, their expedition uncovers a conspiracy that could return our entire planet to a perilous order not seen since prehistoric times.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 301-400) 354 $148,024,610
All Time International Box Office 54 $561,500,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office 98 $709,524,610

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 22nd, 2018 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: June 6th, 2018 (Wide) (Belgium)
June 6th, 2018 (Wide) (France)
June 6th, 2018 (Wide) (Germany)
June 6th, 2018 (Wide) (Indonesia)
June 6th, 2018 (Wide) (Philippines)
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MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of science-fiction violence and peril.
(Rating bulletin 2522 (Cert #51537), 4/11/2018)
Running Time: 128 minutes
Franchise: Jurassic Park
Comparisons: vs. Jurassic World
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Keywords: Dinosaurs in the Modern World, Animals Gone Bad, Cloning, Dinosaurs
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Legendary Pictures, Perfect World Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic Sunday 17 $39,756,045 Jun 24, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic June Weekend 3 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 20 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top Action Weekend Domestic 11 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Weekend Domestic 5 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top Live Action Weekend Domestic 11 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top PG-13 Weekend Domestic 19 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top Science Fiction Weekend Domestic 8 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Sequel Weekend 16 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top Universal Weekend Domestic 2 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Weekend 21 $148,024,610 Jun 22, 2018 3
Top 2018 Theater Average 9 $33,078 Jun 22, 2018 3
Widest Opening Weekend 2 4,475 Jun 22, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Saturday 18 $49,701,695 Jun 23, 2018 2
Fastest to $100m 23 $108,268,565 Jun 22, 2018 2
Top Action Day Domestic 22 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Day Domestic 11 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Top Live Action Day Domestic 22 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Top PG-13 Day Domestic 37 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Top Science Fiction Day Domestic 12 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic Sequel Day 31 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Top Universal Day Domestic 4 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic Friday 26 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic June Day 7 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Biggest Domestic Day 41 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1
Fastest to $50m 28 $58,566,870 Jun 22, 2018 1

Leading Cast

   Owen Grady
   Claire Dearing

Supporting Cast

Rafe Spall    Eli Mills
Justice Smith    Franklin Webb
Daniella Pineda    Zia Rodriguez
James Cromwell    Benjamin Lockwood
Toby Jones    Gunnar Eversol
Ted Levine    Ken Wheatley
B.D. Wong    Dr. Henry Wu
Isabella Sermon    Maisie Lockwood
Geraldine Chaplin    Nanny
Jeff Goldblum    Dr. Ian Malcolm
Robert Emms    Tech Merc
Peter Jason    Senator Sherwood
Kevin Layne    Submarine Pilot
John Schwab    Tech Operator
Sam Redford    Helicopter Pilot
Charlie Rawes    Lead Mercenary
Patrick Crowley    Prop Plane Pilot
Alex Dower    Russian Mob Guy
Honey Holmes    Russian Girlfriend
Neil Bishop    Russian Bidder
Philippa Thomas    BBC News Anchor
Ronan Summers    Brutish Mercenary
Corey Peterson    Committee Chairman
Jeremy Gilbert    Hero Tracker
Victor Gardener    Crewman
Daryl Kwan    Another Bidder
Eric Kofi Abrefa    Helicopter Merc
Ben Peel    Helicopter Merc
Mark Griffin    Helicopter Merc
Paul Sockett    Bearded Merc
Doug Robson*    Mercenary in Tunnel
Gil Kolirin    Mills’ Man
Nathan Florence    Surfer
Bryan Phillips    Surfer
Mitchell L. Johnson    Jungle Merc

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Colin Trevorrow    Screenwriter
Derek Connolly    Screenwriter
Michael Crichton    Character Creator
Frank Marshall    Producer
Patrick Crowley    Producer
Belen Atienza    Producer
Colin Trevorrow    Executive Producer
Steven Spielberg    Executive Producer
Bernat Vilaplana    Editor
Michael Giacchino    Composer
Oscar Faura    Director of Photography
Carolyn Loucks    Set Decorator
Rob Inch    Stunt Coordinator
Thomas Hayslip    Co-Producer
Andy Nicholson    Production Designer
John Williams    Jurassic Park Theme Song by
Sammy Sheldon Differ*    Costume Designer
Nina Gold    Casting Director
David Vickery    Visual Effects Supervisor
Alex Wuttke    Visual Effects Supervisor
Thomas Hayslip    Unit Production Manager
Patrick Crowley    Unit Production Manager
Michael Lerman    First Assistant Director
Joey Coughlin    Second Assistant Director
Brett Robinson    Second Assistant Director
Joan Schneider    Unit Production Manager
Dan Barrow    Visual Effects Producer
Michael Solinger    Post-Production Supervisor
Jance Rubinchik    Animation Supervisor
Glen McIntosh    Animation Supervisor
Jaume Marti    Additional Editor
Al Nelson    Supervising Sound Editor
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle    Supervising Sound Editor
Christopher Boyes    Re-recording Mixer
Pete Horner    Re-recording Mixer
Jason Knox-Johnston    Supervising Art Director
Matt Wynne    Senior Art Director
Marco Restivo    Art Director
Anthony Caron-Delion    Art Director
Guy Bradley    Art Director
Gavin Fitch    Art Director
Tina Jones    Set Decorator
Renate Nicolaisen    Set Decorator
Renate Nicolaisen    Art Director
Al Nelson    Sound Designer
Pete Horner    Sound Designer
Oriol Tarrago    Sound Designer
Luke Clare    Assistant Editor
Esther Bailey    Assistant Editor
Jeremy Richardson    Assistant Editor
Paul Corbould    Special Effects Supervisor
Nicole Young    Costume Supervisor
Karen Cohen    Hair, Makeup and Prosthetics Supervisor
Sian Miller    Key Hair, Makeup and Prosthetics Artist
Jo Beckett    Script Supervisor
Alison Banks    Production Supervisor
Nick Oliver    Supervising Location Manager
Stuart McCowan    Sound Effects Editor
Scott Guitteau    Sound Effects Editor
Ben Burtt    Sound Effects Editor
Christopher Barnett    Sound Effects Editor
James Spencer    Dialogue Editor
Cheryl Nardi    Dialogue Editor
Will Ralston    Dialogue Editor
Marc Bech    Sound Editor
Albert Ribas    Sound Editor
Marti Albert    Sound Effects Editor
Paul Apelgren    Music Editor
Joe E. Rand    Music Editor

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Weekend Estimates: Fallen Starts Out on Top

June 24th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Sequels usually start faster but fall quicker, when compared to their predecessor. However, no one expected Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to follow suit. In fact, many thought it would collapse. That wasn’t the case, as Fallen Kingdom opened with $150 million over the weekend. Granted, this is nearly 30% lower than Jurassic World’s opening weekend, but it could have been much worse. On the downside, its reviews are almost exactly 50% positive, which suggests weak legs. It did earn an A minus from CinemaScore, so audiences did like the film more than critics did, so we have mixed signals about what the movie will do going forward. Internationally, the film added $106.7 million over the weekend for a three-week total of $561.5 million. This includes a $12.3 million debut in Mexico. More...

Friday Estimates: Dinosaurs Dominate, Incredibles Still Doing Good

June 23rd, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Despite earning mixed reviews, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’s opened on Friday with $58.68 million. It also earned an A minus from CinemaScore, so audiences liked it more than critics, and that should help it over the rest of the weekend, earning about $144 million. Granted, this is significantly lower than what Jurassic World opened with, but it didn’t fall as much as anticipated, so Universal should be happy with this result. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Dinosaurs Stomp the Competition?

June 21st, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only wide release of the week and it was expected to dominate the box office. That was until Incredibles 2 broke records last weekend. Furthermore, Fallen Kingdom’s reviews have fallen below the overall positive level. Now there might be a race at the box office, at least on the daily charts. Meanwhile, this weekend last year, Transformers: The Last Knight missed expectations with just $45 million over the weekend and $70 million in five days. Fallen Kingdom had better earn $45 million on Friday alone, or it is in serious trouble. More...

International Box Office: Fallen Kingdom Falls compared to Jurassic World

June 19th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom remained in first place with $173.6 million in 51 markets for a two-week total of $370.0 million worldwide. It opened in first place in China with $111.31 million over the weekend, for a total opening of $113.42 million. This is better than the $100.10 million opening Jurassic World managed in that market. While this is good news, there are some issues. The film suffered an average of 60% decline in holdover markets. This includes a 63% decline in South Korea ($5.44 million on 1,230 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $37.74 million.) and in Russia ($2.78 million on 1,541 screens for a running tally of $15.16 million there.) It did hold on better in the United Kingdom, down 51% to $9.38 million in 656 theaters for a total of $33.75 million so far. The film has yet to open in Australia, Brazil, and Mexico, where it opens this weekend. Meanwhile, the film doesn’t open in Japan till next month. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Incredible Doesn’t Even Begin to Describe It

June 18th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 became the first potential monster hit since Infinity War to beat tracking numbers, opening with a mind-numbing $182.69 million. It is hard to describe how amazing this opening is. It has rewritten the record book when it comes to animated films and it gives Disney the top three openings of 2018 and four of the top five. This is twice as much as the rest of the box office earned over the entire weekend. There were other new releases this week, with Tag doing fine. Its $14.95 million opening is nothing special, but it should break even sometime on the home market. SuperFly, on the other hand, was a disappointment. The overall box office grew by 126% from last weekend, with Incredibles 2 earning about 50% more than the entire box office pulled in last weekend. The film was just shy of the same weekend last year, while the overall box office rose by 43%. Year-to-date, 2018 continues to have a lead over 2017, and it has grown to a commanding lead of 6.6% or $340 million at $5.44 billion to $5.10 billion. Granted, we are barely halfway through the year, but 2018 is in a great position to break the all-time yearly box office record. More...

Weekend Estimates: $180 million Opening is Beyond Incredible

June 17th, 2018

Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 was widely expected to dominate the box office over the weekend, but after the two previous potential monster hits missed high expectations, I thought it was wise to be a little more pessimistic. I was wrong. Incredibles 2 opened with an estimated $180 million. This is not only the best opening for a Pixar film, and an animated film in general, it is the 8th biggest opening weekend of all time. (It could slip a little in tomorrow’s final numbers, putting it in 9th place behind Captain America: Civil War.) The film is already the 50th biggest animated hit of all time and unless its legs are shorter than expected, it will quickly race to the top of that chart. Speaking of legs, Incredibles 2 has the best reviews in the top ten and earned a stunning A plus from CinemaScore. To be frank, perhaps stunning isn’t the right word. Perhaps “expected” is a better term, as Pixar has earned 7 A plus ratings out of its 20 films and has never once slipped below an A minus. Internationally, the film opened in second place with $51.5 million in 25 markets and earned a Pixar-best opening in Mexico ($12.3 million) and Argentina ($3.0 million). In fact, it was outstanding in all of Latin America. It is also the fasting opening Pixar film in Australia with $7.7 million, while it managed the studio’s second biggest opening in Russia with $5.4 million. Granted, the film is not doing as well internationally as it is domestically; however, it is still on pace for $1 billion worldwide, so there’s no way the studio isn’t celebrating this opening. More...

International Box Office: Fallen Kingdom Falls compared to Jurassic World

June 12th, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opened in first place on the international chart with $150.9 million in 48 markets. The film’s biggest market was South Korea, where it set the opening day record with $9.7 million, but its overall weekend was not quite as impressive, as it earned $15.17 million for a total opening of $26.57 million. That three-day total is better than Jurassic World, but its a drop from the opening day to its weekend total. This could be a sign of weak word-of-mouth and that’s troubling as its reviews have slipped below the overall positive level. The film also cracked $10 million in both the U.K. ($19.20 million in 662 theaters) and in France ($10.91 million in 700), but this is lower than the predecessor managed in both those markets. Overall, the film will have little trouble earning $1 billion worldwide, but it very likely won’t live up to Jurassic World. More...

2018 Preview: June

June 1st, 2018

Incredibles 2

This May was an odd month, as Avengers: Infinity War opened on the last weekend of April, rather than the first weekend of May. This meant May started out slowly, but Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story did well enough to give 2018 a healthy lead over 2017. Looking forward, there are two potential monster hits this month, Incredibles 2 and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and another $100 million hit, Ocean’s 8. Last June, there were four $100 million hits, led by Wonder Woman, which pulled in over $400 million. I think 2018 and 2017 will be an even match at the top, so 2018 will have to rely on depth to improve upon its lead over 2017. More...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Trailer

December 7th, 2017

Sci-fi action movie starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard opens June 22 ... Full Movie Details. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/06/22 1 $148,024,610   4,475 $33,078   $148,024,610 1

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/06/22 1 $58,566,870   4,475 $13,088   $58,566,870 1
2018/06/23 1 $49,701,695 -15% 4,475 $11,107   $108,268,565 2
2018/06/24 1 $39,756,045 -20% 4,475 $8,884   $148,024,610 3

Weekly Box Office Performance

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 6/22/2018 $7,658,086 734 734 734 $7,658,086 6/25/2018
Austria 6/8/2018 $1,001,916 77 78 155 $1,909,713 6/21/2018
Belgium 6/6/2018 $1,284,377 80 80 160 $2,332,644 6/21/2018
Brazil 6/22/2018 $2,992,248 0 0 0 $3,463,834 6/25/2018
Bulgaria 6/8/2018 $182,379 53 53 53 $420,901 6/19/2018
China 6/14/2018 $110,260,000 175289 175289 285762 $202,910,000 6/25/2018
Croatia 6/7/2018 $110,804 50 50 79 $227,341 6/21/2018
Cyprus 6/7/2018 $58,685 6 6 12 $108,674 6/21/2018
Denmark 6/7/2018 $1,090,096 98 98 195 $2,218,417 6/21/2018
Egypt 6/15/2018 $115,558 15 15 15 $180,494 6/21/2018
Estonia 6/8/2018 $122,477 22 22 42 $261,178 6/21/2018
Finland 6/8/2018 $483,624 162 162 297 $1,010,463 6/21/2018
France 6/6/2018 $10,193,414 713 734 1447 $17,481,431 6/21/2018
Germany 6/6/2018 $8,907,607 696 735 1431 $16,055,094 6/21/2018
Greece 6/7/2018 $313,902 155 155 251 $612,433 6/21/2018
Hong Kong 6/7/2018 $4,265,222 58 58 116 $8,395,443 6/21/2018
Hungary 6/8/2018 $745,428 64 74 138 $1,429,055 6/21/2018
Iceland 6/8/2018 $144,192 12 12 21 $239,470 6/21/2018
India 6/8/2018 $8,140,180 1466 1466 2369 $15,182,291 6/21/2018
Indonesia 6/6/2018 $5,355,301 291 291 533 $10,528,634 6/21/2018
Israel 6/7/2018 $375,411 33 33 66 $866,508 6/21/2018
Italy 6/7/2018 $4,271,968 530 530 530 $9,853,007 6/25/2018
Latvia 6/8/2018 $47,765 11 12 23 $116,288 6/21/2018
Lebanon 6/7/2018 $89,748 17 17 17 $236,553 6/21/2018
Lithuania 6/8/2018 $59,704 195 195 344 $138,981 6/19/2018
Malaysia 6/7/2018 $4,167,873 152 153 305 $9,171,725 6/21/2018
Mexico 6/22/2018 $9,876,483 0 0 0 $11,775,248 6/25/2018
Middle East Region 6/7/2018 $666,999 48 70 118 $3,027,488 6/21/2018
Mongolia 6/8/2018 $65,044 8 8 16 $131,085 6/18/2018
Netherlands 6/7/2018 $2,236,838 125 125 250 $4,713,481 6/19/2018
New Zealand 6/22/2018 $1,219,747 131 131 131 $1,305,779 6/25/2018
Norway 6/8/2018 $1,144,049 173 173 303 $2,396,507 6/21/2018
Pakistan 6/14/2018 $280,782 52 52 52 $553,435 6/21/2018
Philippines 6/6/2018 $4,081,371 203 203 405 $7,769,294 6/21/2018
Poland 6/8/2018 $1,005,051 171 179 350 $2,261,108 6/21/2018
Portugal 6/8/2018 $520,187 87 97 184 $986,904 6/20/2018
Romania 6/8/2018 $329,082 78 78 156 $712,292 6/21/2018
Russia (CIS) 6/7/2018 $7,452,609 1527 1541 3068 $15,159,957 6/19/2018
Serbia and Montenegro 6/7/2018 $85,512 65 65 117 $172,541 6/21/2018
Singapore 6/7/2018 $2,945,039 32 32 64 $5,646,963 6/21/2018
Slovenia 6/7/2018 $76,343 23 23 38 $152,769 6/21/2018
South Africa 6/8/2018 $591,604 138 143 281 $1,266,342 6/21/2018
South Korea 6/6/2018 $14,666,555 1972 1972 4100 $41,863,449 6/25/2018
Spain 6/8/2018 $8,363,970 406 406 780 $15,531,210 6/21/2018
Sweden 6/8/2018 $1,442,153 170 170 281 $2,881,852 6/21/2018
Switzerland 6/6/2018 $1,046,930 121 121 236 $2,036,154 6/21/2018
Taiwan 6/8/2018 $8,541,706 164 164 317 $16,037,756 6/21/2018
Thailand 6/7/2018 $4,665,921 66 157 223 $7,738,381 6/21/2018
Turkey 6/8/2018 $715,895 649 649 1705 $1,502,283 6/25/2018
Ukraine 6/7/2018 $842,754 176 176 352 $1,575,394 6/21/2018
United Arab Emirates 6/7/2018 $1,838,149 50 50 100 $4,418,186 6/21/2018
United Kingdom 6/6/2018 $19,218,252 663 667 1330 $33,968,976 6/20/2018
Vietnam 6/8/2018 $1,815,486 154 159 313 $3,455,405 6/21/2018
 
Rest of World $59,451,103
 
International Total$561,500,000 6/25/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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