Dinosaur thriller Jurassic World overwhelmingly won the weekend box office, but its global gross is one for the record books.
The film, which stars Chris Pratt, earned $204.6 million at domestic theaters, according to estimates released Sunday by box office tracker Rentrak. The opening places it at No. 2 on the biggest domestic openings ever, just behind The Avengers (2012) at $207.4 million, according to the Associated Press. And when final figures roll in Monday, Jurassic World could end up ahead. More astounding, though, the latest flick in the franchise took in about $512 million worldwide, giving it the largest global opening ever.
Pratt has already admitted he’s signed on for another Jurassic installment, telling Entertainment Weekly, “I am. They have me for I think 38 movies or something.”
Melissa McCarthy’s Spy finished in second, earning $16 million in its second week in theaters, followed by disaster movie San Andreas in third place. with just more than $11 million. Insidious Chapter 3 and Pitch Perfect 2 rounded out the top 5, with $7.3 million and $6 million, respectively.