Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World Dominion opened in 15 overseas markets last weekend, earning $55.4M. Opening in 57 more markets this weekend, it took in $177M overseas, for a $245.8M overseas and $389.1M global total. Reviews were, at best, decidedly mixed (like Joey’s here), but audiences clearly didn’t care. They were in the mood for Jurassic World Dominion and flocked to see it.
Paramount’s action-adventure sequel Top Gun: Maverick declined only -29% in its sophomore frame, the mildest such drop among any film to debut at $100M+. Accordingly, it ascended to the #8 second weekend of all time. It will break the $400M mark domestically in mere days, with $500M a real possibility.
Disney and Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness declined -46% to $4.8M and third place. Multiverse has now earned $397.8M domestically, $532.4M overseas, and $930.2M globally.
Here’s the full list of the top ten films of the week:
- Jurassic World Dominion – $143.37M – 4,676 theatres
- Top Gun: Maverick – $50M (-44%) – 4,262 theatres
- Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – $4.88M (-47%) – 3,765 theatres
- The Bob’s Burgers Movie – $2.33M (-50%) – 3,425 theatres
- The Bad Guys – $2.25M (-33%) – 2,416 theatres
- Downton Abbey: A New Era – $1.65M (-48%) – 2,011 theatres
- Everything Everywhere All At Once – $1.27M (-37%) – 1,434 theatres
- Firestarter – $820K (+720%) – 150 theatres
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 – $710K (-58%) – 1,067 theatres
- The Lost City – $549K (-61%) – 353 theatres
Source: Box Office Pro