“Jurassic World” Shows That Comic Book Heroes Have Some Competition at the Box Office

The summer blockbuster season continues marching on. It began early in the spring with “Avengers: Age of Ultron” clobbering all comers at the theater, and it is still in the top 10 at the box office today. The latest news is that the dinosaur thrill ride “Jurassic World” just stepped on all other movies at theaters this past weekend. It had the biggest global box office opening ever. It even beat the global opening weekend numbers of the original from 1993 that started it all after adjusting for inflation.

“Jurassic World” only just barely missed having the biggest domestic opening weekend ever. “The Avengers” still holds this but only by a couple million dollars. It soundly knocked “Avengers: Age of Ultron” out of second place for this record. It seems that dinosaurs are the one thing that can still go head to head with superheroes at the box office says Eric Pulier. First, they dominated the earth for tens of millions of years, and now they’re dominating movie theaters and will probably continue to do so for at least the next couple weeks given the competition that’s scheduled to hit theaters. The fact that this sequel even clobbered the original says something about how hungry moviegoers still are for dinosaur flicks. Superheroes transitions from the pages of comic books to the big screen may be all the rage in Hollywood, but Universal Studios has proven with both “Furious 7” and now “Jurassic World” that they can compete even without owning the rights to any comic book franchise.

Jurassic World Seeks to Attract a New Generation of Fans

The original Jurassic Park captivated movie goers and dinosaur fans in 1993, and has had them hooked ever since. The first sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park hit theaters in 1997, and the third installment in the franchise dropped in 2001. Fans of the movie have had to wait over a decade for the latest Jurassic Park movie – Jurassic World, and it is finally here. Jurassic World promises more excitement and bigger dinosaurs than ever before, which will hopefully attract a new generation of fans.

Fans like Sam Tabar are most excited to meet Indominus Rex. Rumor has it that this dinosaur will be the biggest and baddest dinosaur ever to hit the box office. With that type of marketing and anticipation, parents, aunts, uncles, and grandmas will surely be buying Jurassic World toys and merchandise for at least the next year.

Hopefully, Jurassic World lives up to the hype and delivers fans exactly what they expect. If it does, the tired franchise may explode with the popularity it had in the 90s. If the new dinosaur movie lets fans down, it’s safe to say, the franchise is dead for good.

A PG-13 Rating for ‘Jurassic World’

Jurassic World is continuing with its original popularity. This latest film will come out this summer and has a PG-13 rating. This current movie has much more to offer than just some big dinosaurs to hold the audiences attention. This is a powerful and intriguing sequence of science-fiction brutality and danger. These are the ingredients that are certain to captivate audiences.

The original Jurassic Park had an intriguing anticipation that had been built all around the plot. There was always the question that kept everyone wondering where these dinosaurs were lurking and when they would attack. This latest version of Jurassic World does have a much larger and clever dinosaur according to Daniel Amen. Ever viewer may expect horiffic surprises throughout this entire movie.

This film will have everyone anxiously awaiting the next terrifying scene. Beware of the gyrosphere ride. This is one ride that may be scarier the original jeep trip.

Jurassic World may prove to be the ultimate summer release. There is an attack on the gyrosphere that is like no other. You will indeed be sitting on the edge of your seat waiting and wondering.