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The Lost World: Jurassic Park

The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Directed by
Jeff Goldblum
Arliss Howard
Richard Attenborough
Vanessa Lee Chester
Peter Stormare
Harvey Jason
Richard Schiff
Thomas F. Duffy
Joseph Mazzello
Ariana Richards
Thomas Rosales Jr.
Camilla Belle
Cyd Strittmatter
Robin Sachs
Ross Partridge
Ian Abercrombie
David Sawyer
Geno Silva
Alex Miranda Cruz
Robert Bobby Z Zajonc
Bob Boehm
Bradley Jensen
Alan D. Purwin
Ben Skorstad
Rick Wheeler
Kenyon Williams
Gordon Michaels
J. Scott Shonka
Harry Hutchinson
Billy Brown
Brian Turk
Jim Harley
Colton James
Carey Eidel
Katy Boyer
David Koepp
Eugene Bass Jr.
Bari Buckner
Patricia Bethune
David St. James
Mark Brady
Marjean Holden
Jacqueline Schultz
Domini Hofmann
Thomas Stuart
C. Ransom Walrod
David Gene Gibbs
Michael N. Fujimoto
Paul Fujimoto
Darryl A. Imai
Darryl Oumi
Vincent Dee Miles
Bernard Shaw
Sean Michael Allen
Paul Burke
Christopher Caso
Michael Chinyamurindi
Tory Christopher
Michael Fallavollita
Elliot Goldwag
Larry Guardino
Brett Harman
Henry Kingi
Brian Lally
Linda Li
J. Patrick McCormack
Johnny Meyer
Michael Milhoan
Kenneth Moskow
Mark Pellegrino
Bob Quinn
Eli Roth
James Ryan
Theodore Carl Soderberg
Steven Spielberg
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8th December 2017

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom gets its first trailer - and it has lots of running and dinosaurs.

Its fairly predictable stuff and has a sneaky suspicion of The Lost World: Jurassic Park in there.

Its nice to see Jeff Goldblum in the mix but they could resists making him say his immortal words from the original movie.

Check out the trailer below.

8th August 2017

Still selling enough tickets to keep it on top for a third week is Dunkirk which holds off a strong debut from The Emoji Movie.

War film Dunkirk from director Christopher Nolan keeps pulling in the punters and stays on top for an incredible third weekend with a gross of £4.6 million.

This brings the films total to £28 million with no sign of slowing down yet, and with a weak load of new releases next week we could see a fourth weekend on top.

Coming in at number 2 this week is The Emoji Movie which takes a very good £2.7 million on its debut.

With the summer holidays in full swing this is a timely release and it could mean the film stays in the upper reaches of the chart for a while to come.

Big budget movie Valerian and The City of A Thousand Planets from Luc Besson should have been a massive hit but we have a bit of a flop on our hands as the film debuts at number 3 with £1.8 million.

With 6 weeks on the chart Baby Driver is this week longest running film and with nearly £40 million in total grosses Despicable Me 3 is the highest total grossing film.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year the excellent Suicide Squad debuted at the top knocking off Finding Dory after a single week at the top.

Five years ago
Ted from Seth Mcfarlane made its debut at the top knocking The Dark Knight Rises down to number 2 after a couple of weeks on top.

Ten years ago
The Simpsons Movie held on to the top of the box office while top new film Evan Almighty made its debut at number 4.

Fifteen years ago
Men in Black II made its debut at the top knocking off Austin Powers in Goldmember from the top after a single week.

Twenty years ago
The first Men in Black film made its debut at the top of the UK box office knocking The Lost World: Jurassic park down to number 3 after 2 weeks on top.

Twenty five years ago
Far and Away with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman was the top film of the week, it knocked Universal Soldier down to 2 after a week on top.

Movie details

The film has a UK gross of £30,500,285 and is the 120th top grossing film in the UK

The film has a US gross of $229,086,679 and is the 136th top US domestic film.

The film has a World gross of $614,300,000 and is the 137th top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

Genres:Popular in: United Kingdom
Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 14

Box Office History
Other Box Office History
24 October 1997
31 October 1997
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