Jurassic World Dominion is on track to have a tremendous opening weekend.
The highly anticipated Jurassic World sequel from Universal Pictures is just less than a month away from being released in cinemas. The movie, which will wrap up the trilogy that started with Colin Trevorrow‘s 2015 picture and continues with J.A. Bayona‘s 2018 feature, Fallen Kingdom, is tracking to be one of the summer box office juggernauts.
Box Office Pro’s long-range projections indicate that the new movie is on pace to rake in anywhere from $165 million to $205 million at the box office. These high figures suggest that Universal Pictures’ franchise based on Michael Crichton‘s novels is one of their most successful tentpoles.
The global box office hauls for the preceding two films were $1.670 billion and $1.310 billion, respectively. Even though the picture may face some competition from Paramount Pictures’ Top Gun: Maverick, which also has some nostalgia value as well as an enthusiastic critical reaction, it is expected that the film will lead to greater box office triumph due to the popularity of the Jurassic World franchise.