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'Jurassic World' Had The Largest Opening Weekend In History [UPDATE]

06/14/2015 11:44 am ET | Updated Jun 15, 2015
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UPDATE: "Jurassic World" now holds the spot for the biggest opening weekend in history. The film racked up $208.8 million over the weekend, earning an extra $4 million since Saturday's record and beating out previous record holder "The Avengers."

EARLIER: It's been a record-breaking weekend for "Jurassic World."

After the action-packed dinosaur movie enjoyed the third-largest opening day of all time with an estimated $82.8 million at the box office on Friday, "Jurassic World" set another record for second-largest opening weekend in history.

With an estimated $204.6 million at the box office this weekend, "Jurassic World" fell behind 2012’s “The Avengers," which raked in $207 million in its opening weekend. Variety notes that while the "Jurassic Park" reboot was estimated to bring in anywhere from $125 million to $135 million, no one came close to predicting the colossal figures it pulled in at the movies this weekend.

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