Box Office ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ Headed for $15M Opening Day

Universal’s Jurassic World Dominion is headed for a so-so opening day in

China of about $15 million (RMB 100 million), according to early forecasts from regional box office tracker Artisan Gateway.

The Colin Trevorrow-directed film scored $673,000 (RMB 4.5 million) in

midnight previews Thursday night and had earned $6.4 million (RMB 43 million) as of midday Friday.

However, the tentpole is trailing its franchise predecessor, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,

by a wide margin. Released in China in 2018, the prior sequel earned RMB 13.7 million in previews,

RMB 202 million on its opening day, eventually reaching a total of $261 million (RMB 1.7 billion).

Still, Dominion will easily rank as the biggest Hollywood opening in China this year,

topping The Batman’s lackluster $12.1 million China debut in March.