Jul 27, 2015

Jurassic World passes Avengers to become third biggest film in history | TODAYonline

NEW YORK — Jurassic World is now the third highest-grossing film in history, behind only Titanic and Avatar. The dinosaur thriller has racked up US$1.52 billion (S$2.08 billion), pushing it past Marvel’s The Avengers and its US$1.52 billion haul. Universal, the studio behind Jurassic World, has cracked the top five list of highest-grossing films twice this year after propelling Furious 7 to...

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