THEN & NOW: The cast of 'Jurassic Park' 25 years later

THEN & NOW: The cast of 'Jurassic Park' 25 years later

THEN & NOW: The cast of 'Jurassic Park' 25 years later

According to Variety, Thursday night previews of the film took in $15.3 million, putting it well within its estimated $130-150 million expectations.

Jeff Goldblum, who played Dr. Ian Malcolm, in the original franchise reprises his role briefly in the new movie "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom". In this installment, a volcano is going to erupt on the island where Jurassic World used to be and now all the dinosaurs are in jeopardy of dying from hot magma.

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Dinosaurs have been extinct for more than 65 million years, and it feels like we have been getting "Jurassic Park" movies about them for almost as long. Now with the dinosaurs free, humans must learn to co-habit with these prehistoric beasts. Jurassic World earned $652.2 million domestic and a whopping $1.019 billion from worldwide markets for a global total of $1.671 billion from a $150 million budget. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. Along the way, they'll face frightening new breeds of dinos and uncover a mysterious conspiracy theory that could prove destructive to the entire planet. Both of its sequels were disliked enough by critics to land in the rotten zone, and while Jurassic World rallied to break that trend (and make a ton of money at the box office), its final 71 score is certainly not spectacular.

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