A file picture taken on June 9, 2015, actor Chris Pratt attends the Universal Pictures' "Jurassic World" premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. AFP PHOTO/ Kevin Winter/Getty Images
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Dinosaurs rule the earth again after "Jurassic World" debuted to a dominant $204.6 million at the domestic box office this weekend.Going into the weekend, it was clear that "Jurassic World" was shaping up to be a box office colossus, but no one was even close to predicting the scale of the opening.Instead, "Jurassic World" scored the year's biggest bow, just ahead of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and its formidable $191.3 million opening last May. It also snapped a cold streak at the stateside box office, driving ticket sales up 48% over the previous year.It continues what has been a commanding year for Universal.The sequel did 48% of its domestic opening weekend gross on 3D screens, and set an Imax record with a stateside debut of $20.6 million.The Focus Features has generated $37.4 million in two weeks."Jurassic World" had the weekend largely to itself, with studios opting not to release any major tentpole productions.
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