Not only that, but if it falls even by one point before reviews stop coming in, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will achieve a truly dubious distinction with the lowest Rotten Tomatoes score in the entire Jurassic Park series.
Slated to come in behind the Jurassic World sequel is The Incredibles, which opened last week and scored the highest opening for an animated film of all time with more than $180 million.
Universal rolled out its highly-anticipated Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in theaters last night for Thursday sneak previews, and as expected, it fell short of its 2015 predecessor, Jurassic World.
In a post-credits scene, we see more of this new future that is certainly setting up Jurassic World 3 when we see a flock of Pteranadon in Las Vegas, Nevada by the Eiffel Tower replica at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.
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Indeed, Fallen Kingdom is now tracking to open in the $130 million to $140 million range, which taken separately is pretty great. In other words, Jurassic Park could one day become a reality. Jurassic World grossed over $1 billion internationally alone.
Pratt reunites with Jurassic World co-star Bryce Dallas Howard as former park operations manager Clair Dearing for the daring adventure.
The movie ends with dinosaurs on the loose in the United States after the little girl Maisie makes the executive decision to set them free instead of having them go extinct (again) in an explosion.