In what is the most unprecedented movie triumphs of maybe all time, “Jurassic World,” the fourth film in the franchise, ate all of the competition at this past weekend’s box office. Making it the No. 1 movie in the world. It made close to half a billion dollars worldwide, including $200 million domestically.
Actor B.D. Wong, who appeared in the film and was in the original first movie, has a lot to smile about in the above picture.
“Spy,” the action comedy starring Melissa McCarthy, came in at No. 2, as if, with $15.6 million.
The disaster film “San Andreas” came in at No. 3 with $10.8 million.
And the ladies landed at the rear in fourth and fifth places respectively: “Insidious Chapter 3” made $7.3 million, while “Pitch Perfect 2” made $6.4 million.
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