Chris Patt starrer Jurassic World Dominion has finally been released in the cinema halls in India and Worldwide today. It is the third film in the Jurassic World trilogy and the overall sixth film in the franchise.
This third outing in the trilogy is directed by Colin Trevorrow who also screenplay written the film with Emily Carmichael. Backed by Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley under the banner Amblin Entertainment and Perfect World Pictures.
The film got mixed reviews from the critics, while they praised the performances of the main lead and supporting cast, the film was panned for the predictability in the story.
As per the latest reports, the film’s English 3D version has over 12% occupancy in the morning shows and 17.31% occupancy in the afternoon shows, the evening and night shows occupancy witnessed superb growth.
Box Office Collection
The film is showing a good response in the cinema halls. As per the reports, it collects Rs 8 Cr on day 1. which is huge considering Tom Cruise who enjoys a lot of fan following in India, his Top Gun Maverick had collected only Rs 1.94 Cr on Day 1, following this we can say that Chris Pratt starrer opened on a good note given the above figures.
Jurassic World: Dominion had already collected Rs 3.75 Cr from paid previews, thereby the total collections now stand at Rs 11.75 Cr. It is expected that the film will see a good jump over the weekend.
Jurassic World Dominion is said to be made on a whopping budget of $165 million (INR 1284 crore approx), and the film has already raked in $55.7 million (INR 433 crore approx) from 15 offshore markets.
About the film
The new outing of the Jurassic franchise takes place after the Isla Nublar island has been destroyed, and now the dinosaurs and humans live and hunt alongside. What will be the outcome, will human being remains the apex predators or dinosaurs will take over?, forms the rest of the story.
Disclaimer: The above figures are based on various sources and our thorough research, however, doesn’t guarantee the equivalent box office collections, though we have done everything possible in our capability to provide the precise data.