Still of Chris Pratt in 'Jurassic World.' Photo credit: Chuck Zlotnick/Universal Pictures
Still of Chris Pratt in ‘Jurassic World.’ Photo credit: Chuck Zlotnick/Universal Pictures
Still of Chris Pratt in ‘Jurassic World.’ Photo credit: Chuck Zlotnick/Universal Pictures

“Jurassic World” exceeded expectations and some records in its opening weekend, bringing in an estimated $204,596,380.

Based on estimates, it was the second-biggest opening weekend of all time and the biggest opening of 2015, ahead of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”

The film had the third-biggest opening day ever. Its estimated take of $82.8 million on Friday was exceeded only by “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II” in 2011 ($91.1 million) and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” in May of this year ($84.4 million).

“Jurassic World” also broke a number of June records, including biggest opening weekend, biggest opening day and all-time biggest June PG-13 opening weekend.

“Spy,” the top revenue draw last week, dropped to second place, with an estimated take of $16.6 million.

“San Andreas” was in third place in its third weekend, with an estimated take of $11.01 million

“Insidious Chapter 3” was fourth ($7.3 million), and “Pitch Perfect 2” was fifth ($5.967 million).

— City News Service

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