Marvel Congratulates “Jurassic World” Win

Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has tweeted a congratulatory message to the makers of “Jurassic World” for their success scoring the all-time best opening weekend record ($208.8 million) at the North American box office and beating out Marvel’s “The Avengers” which had previously held it since 2012 with $207.4 million. The message includes a piece of art from Marvel conceptual designer Andy Park.

The list of records that the film smashed are included below:

Highest-grossing weekend of all time with $524.4 million
(Previous record: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” with $483.2 million)

Highest-grossing international weekend of all-time with $315.6 million
(Previous record: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” with $314 million)

Highest-grossing domestic weekend of all time with $208.8 million
(Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers” with $207.4 million)

Biggest domestic June debut
(Previous record: “Man of Steel” with $116.6 million)

Biggest PG-13 rated film debut
(Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers” with $207.4 million)

Fastest film to $200 million
(Previous record: “Marvel’s The Avengers”)

Universal’s highest-grossing international weekend
(Previous record” “Furious 7” with $250.4 million)

Universal’s highest-grossing North American weekend
(Previous record: “Furious 7” with $147.2 million)

Imax record international weekend of $23.5 million
(Previous record: “Transformers: Age of Extinction” with $16.7 million)

Imax record domestic weekend of $20.6 million
(Previous record: “The Dark Knight Rises” with $19 million)

Premium large-format record of $16.2 million
(Previous record: “Avengers: Age of Ultron” with $13.1 million)

Biggest debut for a Chris Pratt film
(Previous record: “Guardians of the Galaxy” with $94.3 million)

Source: Variety