Fans are counting days for the release of the much awaited film,
Jurassic World. After 22 years, the
fourth installment from Steven Spielberg's classic, Jurassic
Park is releasing and fans worldwide of different age are
gearing up to watch the movie which is releasing this Friday.
While fans are waiting to watch the film, box office gurus are
guessing that the movie is going to be big blockbuster of 2015
which will leave 2015's box office record makers, "Furious 7″
and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" behind.
Looking at the bookings, it looks like the latest chapter in the
"Jurassic Park" franchise is outselling all major 2014 summer
blockbusters "Transformers: Age of
Extinction," "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "X-Men: Days of
Future Past," reports Variety. Ticket sales for the latest Jurassic Park
movie are super strong, according to Fandango and MovieTickets.com.
At MovieTickets.com, "Jurassic World" is topping ticket sales
and accounting for 52% of all tickets sold over the past 24 hours!
The dinosaur movie which is a reboot of the classic series is
Universal Studios widest opening ever in 4,273 theaters.
Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick
Robinson and Irrfan Khan is releasing in 66 international
territories including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany,
Italy, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Spain and the UK this week. It also
will mark the widest-ever global day-and-date Imax release totaling
more than 800 theaters worldwide (440 abroad), reports Deadline.
The action-thriller is expected to debut to $115 million and
could hatch $400 million worldwide at the box office. Domestic B.O.
opening projections for Jurassic World are well over $100M, reports