Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which is in its fifth weekend, is going strong at box-office and the sci-fi adventure film has emerged as 35th movie to mint over $1 billion at global box-office. In North America alone, the film registered a gross of $300 million in two weeks of release - taking the worldwide total to $1.005 billion. The film has just surpassed the all-time collections of Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight' ($1.004 billion) and currently, it is the 34th highest grosser of all-time.
Released worldwide on 6th June, Jurassic World-2 is expected to collect $1.12 billion by end of next weekend apart from what it's set to make in Japan after the release in country on July 13.
The total production cost of this project is estimated as $170-187 billion, While Jurassic World-2 is 35th film to cross $1 billion in the all-time history, it's seventh for Universal Pictures. The billion-dollar club has become an exclusive home for most of the movies from Universal and Disney Pictures.
Since the last Jurassic World has garnered $74 million revenue in Japan, the release of new installment in the country might take the worldwide total to $1.2 billion. When it comes to response from critics and reviewers, the film has got mostly mixed & average reviews, and everyone assumed it would end after a so-so ride.