Movie sets new records, rakes in $511.8M globally

Jurassic World has set new record as it becomes the first to ever to make more than $500 million in a weekend.

Chris Pratt  in 'Jurassic World'

Steven Spielberg's anticipated installment of the Jurassic Park series, 'Jurassic World', has turned out to be a bigger blockbuster than expected.

The Colin Trevorrow directed epic action-adventure has raked in a record $511.8 million globally, moving on to become the first to ever break half a billion dollars over its opening weekend.

The movie which also stars Chris Pratt also raked in $204.6 million domestically this weekend, making it the second biggest domestic opening of all time.

Jurassic World also brought in $82.8 million on Friday, making it the third biggest opening day of all time.


In 1993, Jurassic Park  was the first film ever to open to more than $50 million.


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