|Jun 11, 1993||Jurassic Park||$63,000,000||$50,159,460||$395,708,305||$1,038,812,584||Play|
|May 22, 1997||The Lost World: Jurassic Park||$75,000,000||$72,132,785||$229,086,679||$618,638,999|
|Jul 18, 2001||Jurassic Park III||$93,000,000||$50,771,645||$181,166,115||$365,900,000|
|Jun 12, 2015||Jurassic World||$215,000,000||$208,806,270||$652,270,625||$1,671,713,208||Play|
|Jun 22, 2018||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||$0||$0||Play|
|Jun 11, 2021||Jurassic World 3||$0||$0|
Box Office History for Jurassic Park Movies
|Oct 20, 2015||Jurassic World||$38,791,773||$94,138,895||$132,930,668|
Our DVD and Blu-ray sales estimates are based on weekly retail surveys, which we use to build a weekly market share estimate for each title we are tracking. The market share is converted into a weekly sales estimate based on industry reports on the overall size of the market, including reports published in Home Media Magazine.
For example, if our weekly retail survey estimates that a particular title sold 1% of all units that week, and the industry reports sales of 1,500,000 units in total, we will estimate 15,000 units were sold of that title. The consumer spending estimate is based on the average sales price for the title in the retailers we survey.
We refine our estimates from week to week as more data becomes available. In particular, we adjust weekly sales figures for the quarter once the total market estimates are published by the Digital Entertainment Group. Figures will therefore fluctuate each week, and totals for individual titles can go up or down as we update our estimates.
Because sales figures are estimated based on sampling, they will be more accurate for higher-selling titles.
March 27th, 2016
Batman and Superman not only had to fight each other this weekend, but also mediocre reviews. They have come through in some style, however, posting a record for March of $170.1 million, according to Warner Bros.’ Sunday morning estimate. Our model has the film coming a little below that mark, at $165 million or so, which might mean it won’t quite top Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II’s $169 million, which is currently the studio’s best ever weekend. But the fact that we’re comparing the movie to the Harry Potter franchise is nothing but good news for them.
November 27th, 2015
It's Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, as well as franchise box sets. I'm going to try to keep it to a dozen or so releases, as these columns are notorious for getting out of hand. Also, while there were a record number of $1 billion box office hits, there were not as many first run releases that earned stellar reviews this year.
June 23rd, 2015
It looks like Jurassic World is on pace to top The Avengers to become the biggest movie ever, not directed by a Canadian. It earned over $100 million at the weekend and has already passed $400 million. Meanwhile, Inside Out had the second-best opening for a Pixar film. It was a great weekend at the box office and we really needed it. The overall box office was down 9.5% from last weekend, but it was still at $248 million, which is the ninth-biggest combined weekend box office. Compared to last year, the box office was 70% higher this year. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled in $5.08 billion, which is 5.2% or $250 million over 2014's pace.
June 16th, 2015
After disappointing weekend after disappointing weekend, I had become pessimistic about any film's chances of being a breakout success this summer. Jurassic World changed that. The film didn't just top expectations, it broke all-time records. Over the weekend, the film pulled in $208.81 million. That is the record for biggest single weekend and it helped take the overall weekend box office to an all-time high with $273.67 million. This is 106% more than last weekend; that's right, the weekend box office was more than double last week's result. Additionally, and more importantly, it was 46% higher than the same weekend last year. Jurassic World itself earned 12% more than all films combined this weekend last year.
June 14th, 2015
Universal have announced a $204,596,380 projected opening weekend for Jurassic World, leaving it just short of The Avengers’ weekend record, which stands at $207,438,708. According to Universal’s estimates, the film made a revised estimate of $82.6 million on Friday, $69.7 million on Saturday—just ahead of The Avengers’ $69.5 million Saturday haul—and is projected to make $52.3 million today, down 25% from Saturday’s number. The Avengers made $57 million on Sunday, and the same number for Jurassic World would edge it over the record line with $209 million. With stratospheric numbers like this, it’s obviously hard to predict the final weekend outcome precisely, but it’s still clearly possible that Jurassic World will take the all-time record.
June 13th, 2015
After pulling in $18.5 million on Thursday night, Jurassic World amassed $82.8 million for the full day. This blows past the biggest June day and is officially the third-best day ever. It’s actually the biggest 24-hour Friday in box office history, after one subtracts the Thursday night shows: The Avengers held the previous mark with $62.1 million, while Jurassic World earned an estimated $64.3 million.
June 12th, 2015
Jurassic World is the only wide release this week and its box office potential is so high that it has scared away even the counter-programming. It isn't the only film playing in theaters this weekend, but it will very likely make more at the box office than the rest of them combined. Spy will be a distant second place and is hoping not to be crushed. If it can avoid falling 50%, it should have enough legs to reach the century mark. ... with a push from the studio. The only other film that is on track to earn more than $10 million over the weekend is San Andreas, which already crossed the $100 million mark. This weekend last year, two films opened wide, 22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon 2. Neither film will match Jurassic World individually, but they might have the advantage if you combine their openings. Additionally, there will only be two $10 million films this weekend, while there were three last year. 2015 will win on top, but 2014 has better depth and I think 2015 will lose the year-over-year comparison... again.
June 4th, 2015
The second major change in news articles this week is the consolidation of the home market columns and using the Combined DVD and Blu-ray Sales Chart. It is kind of a bad week for this change, as the new releases were a disappointment; 50 Shades of Grey remained on top on both the Blu-ray sales chart and the DVD sales chart. It sold an additional 896,000 units and generated $15.82 million for the week giving it totals of 2.27 million units / $40.20 million.
June 1st, 2015
May turned out to be softer than anticipated with The Avengers: Age of Ultron missing expectations by about $100 million. Additionally, only Pitch Perfect 2 really topped expectations. May 2015 kept pace with May of 2014, more or less. June doesn't have any films as strong as Age of Ultron, but there are two films that should have no trouble getting to $200 million. Those two films are Jurassic World and Inside Out and I'm not sure which one will turn out to be the biggest hit of the month. Last June, the biggest hit was Transformers: Age of Extinction, but both Jurassic World and Inside Out should top that film, albeit by small margins. On the other hand, last June had four other films that reached $100 million, while this time around only Spy! and Ted 2 have a real shot at that milestone. 2015 is stronger at the top, but has weaker depth. It will be interesting to see if 2015 will keep pace with 2014 over the course of the full month.
May 11th, 2015
It is a typical summer week on the home market with little to no prime releases. The biggest release of the week is Still Alice, which earned $18 million in theaters. That's not bad for a limited release. It is better than some of the wide releases that came out earlier this year. Fortunately, the Blu-ray is also the best new release of the week and it is the Pick of the Week. In fact, it isn't even close as there are no other contenders for that title.
September 22nd, 2013
Last week I unveiled our new People Records section and talked about some of top performers across different types of acting, from the blockbusting superstars to the unsung heroes, to the cameo kings and queens. We've added some more charts to the record section this week, this time covering technical roles, and once more there's a lot of data to be mined.
March 27th, 2013
It is a shallow week on the home market. Lincoln is coming out and should dominate the sales chart, but after that, there's almost nothing to talk about. Given its reviews and its Awards Season success, it is the easy choice for Pick of the Week, right? Not so fast. I'm still waiting for the screener. Speaking of late reviews, Skyfall finally showed up and despite not coming out this week, or this month, I'm giving the Blu-ray Combo Pack Pick of the Week honors.
Note: This list contains actors who appeared in at least two movies in the franchise.
|Chris Pratt||3||Owen Grady||$1,671,713,208||$6,915,282,564||24.2%|
|Bryce Dallas Howard||3||Claire Dearing||$1,671,713,208||$4,825,567,718||34.6%|
|Jeff Goldblum||3||Dr. Ian Malcolm||$1,657,451,583||$5,976,031,349||27.7%|
|B.D. Wong||3||Dr. Henry Wu||$2,710,525,792||$3,779,151,173||71.7%|
|Sam Neill||2||Dr. Alan Grant||$1,404,712,584||$3,939,982,090||35.7%|
|Richard Attenborough||2||John Hammond||$1,657,451,583||$1,894,589,899||87.5%|
|Laura Dern||2||Ellie Sattler||$1,404,712,584||$3,905,086,769||36.0%|
|Robert Zajonc||2||InGen Helicopter Pilot||$1,657,451,583||$3,437,197,577||48.2%|
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least two movies in the franchise.
Executive Producer (4)
Based on the Novel By (3)
Character Creator (3)
Song Writer (2)
Re-recording Mixer (2)
Assistant Sound Designer (2)
Sound Designer (1)
Foley Recordist (1)
Executive Producer (1)
Executive Producer (1)
Story by (1)
Executive Producer (1)
Story by (1)
|Frank Marshall||3||Producer (3)||$1,671,713,208||$12,098,987,686||13.8%|
Unit Production Manager (1)
|Gerald R. Molen||2||Producer (2)||$1,657,451,583||$4,531,343,542||36.6%|
|Michael Kahn||2||Editor (2)||$1,657,451,583||$12,255,199,015||13.5%|
|Rick Carter||2||Production Designer (2)||$1,657,451,583||$11,489,905,742||14.4%|
|Ed Verreaux||2||Production Designer (2)||$2,037,613,208||$4,384,249,947||46.5%|
Second Unit Director (1)
|Jim Teegarden||2||Art Director (2)||$1,657,451,583||$4,916,389,058||33.7%|
|Michael Giacchino||2||Composer (2)||$1,671,713,208||$14,394,284,937||11.6%|
Associate Producer (1)
|Dennis Muren||2||Creature Designer-Full Motion Dinosaurs By (2)||$1,657,451,583||$7,211,992,044||23.0%|
Special Effects Supervisor-Special Dinosaur Effects (1)
Special Dinosaur Effects (1)
|Stan Winston||2||Creature Designer-Live Action Dinosaurs (2)||$1,657,451,583||$3,784,831,622||43.8%|
|Ron Judkins||2||Sound Mixer (2)||$1,657,451,583||$2,325,514,047||71.3%|
Art Director (1)
Supervising Art Director (1)
|Janet Hirshenson||2||Casting Director (2)||$1,657,451,583||$13,999,881,196||11.8%|
|Masako Masuda||2||Set Designer (2)||$2,710,525,792||$4,105,414,889||66.0%|
|Jane Jenkins||2||Casting Director (2)||$1,657,451,583||$14,047,464,084||11.8%|
Stunt Coordinator (2)
Second Unit Director (1)
|Gary Summers||2||Re-recording Mixer (2)||$1,404,712,584||$11,299,789,229||12.4%|
|Ken Fischer||2||Sound Effects Editor (2)||$1,404,712,584||$6,562,215,065||21.4%|