But there are a couple of movies that will be showing this year that are potential blockbusters too including “Mission Impossible 5” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.”
With three certified blockbuster movies in the year thus far with the possibility of getting a couple more in the list, means that the movie industry worldwide is alive and well, which is good for many production companies.
“Jurassic World” has already beaten “Jurassic Park,” shown in 1993, in the list of highest grossing films of all time. While it is on the 17th spot as of June 27, the 18th spot actually belongs to “Jurassic Park” with worldwide box-office haul of $1,029.2 billion, also a Billion Dollar Club member.
“The Lost World: Jurassic Park,” the sequel shown in 1997, also made it to the roster of 100 highest-grossing movies of all time at 96th spot with a gross of $618.6 million.
“Jurassic Park III,” shown in 2001, was the only movie in the series that did not make it to the list of the 100 highest grossing movies of all time as it ‘merely’ earned $368.8 million.