BOX OFFICE: Strong Opening In China Sees JURASSIC PARK Pass $1 Billion Worldwide
Originally released in 1993, a 3D re-release has seen Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park finally reach the $1 billion milestone at the worldwide box office. That is partly down to a strong opening in China which has seen it have the fourth biggest opening day of 2013 there. Read on for details!
The 3D version of Jurassic Park has kicked off its run at the Chinese box office with an impressive $6.3 million opening day which saw it take the #1 spot in the now vital territory. That gives it the fourth biggest opening day of 2013 behind only Iron Man 3 ($19.1 million), Pacific Rim ($8.6 million) and Fast & Furious 6 ($8.3 million). Zack Snyder's Man of Steel opened just below Jurassic Park 3D with $6.2 million. The 20 year old movie has so far taken $20.7 million internationally and grossed a total of $18.2 million in North America back in April. Add this to the $970 million it earned when it was originally released and Jurassic Park now has a total of $1.03 billion. Did you guys check out the movie when it returned to the big screen earlier this year? Does this news heighten your anticipation for the planned fourth instalment? Sound off with your thoughts in the usual place!
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