Universal Pictures, the studio behind the beloved franchise, said Monday it will take "Jurassic World" just 13 days to reach the box office milestone, surpassing the previous 14-day record set by "The Avengers" in 2012.
The dinosaur film has collected $402.8 million domestically in 10 days and $584.4 million overseas since its international rollout began on June 10, according to studio estimates.
Internationally, the latest installment will pass the $640-million lifetime box office total of "Jurassic Park" (which includes the first run, reissues and 3-D) and become the highest-grossing film in the "Jurassic" franchise.
China is the top grossing territory to date, pulling in an estimated $164.4 million. The U.K. and Ireland follow with $60.3 million and Mexico with $29 million. Japan is the only territory left to release on Aug. 5.
The "Jurassic" feat marks yet another win for Universal Pictures. This is the second film to achieve $1 billion this year following the April release of "Furious 7," another popular Universal franchise.
Its movies -- including "Fifty Shades of Grey," "Furious 7" and "Pitch Perfect 2" -- have grossed more than $3.8 billion globally. That surpasses the century-old studio's previous record: $3.69 billion in 2013, when it released "Despicable Me 2" and
Universal's upcoming animated feature "Minions," which hits North American theaters July 10, is also poised for a big opening. It kicked off in four international territories this week — Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore — with $12.5 million.
Heading into its opening weekend in the U.S. and Canada, tracking suggested that "Jurassic World" would make up to $150 million. Universal had an even more modest forecast of about $100 million.
Instead, the latest "Jurassic" installment became the second film in history to break $200 million, trailing only the $207.4-million opening of "The Avengers" in 2012. The film also notched the biggest haul in history for a film in its second weekend with $106.6 million.
The robust box-office earnings for "Jurassic" come as no surprise. The film, directed by Colin Trevorrow and starring
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