Jurassic Park 3D does monster business in China to land at the top of global box office
August 25th, 2013 8:41pm EDT
Steven Spielberg's revamped dinosaur movie Jurassic Park 3D has shot to the top of the global box office thanks in part to a monster interest in China.
The film picked up another $30 million (£20 million) in ticket sales over the weekend - almost all of that coming from China, where the movie opened last week (ends23Aug13).
The new Jurassic Park made $45.4 million (£30.2 million) when it was released in America earlier this year (13) and it has since gone on to rake in $44.5 million (£29.7 million) overseas.
Meanwhile, animated hit Despicable Me 2 has crossed the $800 million (£533.3 million) mark at the worldwide box office, becoming the second top-grossing film of the year behind Iron Man 3, which grossed $1.5 billion internationally.
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