The film grossed $229.7M in profit – Deadline

Deadline’s Most Valuable Blockbuster tournament took a halt during the pandemic, as movie theaters closed for the majority of 2020-2021 and theatrical day-and-date titles became more prevalent on both the big screen and studios’ respective streaming platforms. Coming back from that brink, studios have largely returned to their theatrical release model and the downstream money they can bring in. Not to mention their prowess in launching IP around the world with large global marketing campaigns. When it comes to evaluating the financial performance of top films, it is not just about the box office earnings of a film. The true story is told when the production budget, P&A, talent involvement and other costs are tallied with box office earnings and ancillary revenue from VOD to DVD and TV. To get closer to that mysterious end of the equation, Deadline is recaping our most valuable blockbuster tournaments for 2022, using data gathered by experienced and trusted sources.

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jurassic world dominion

jurassic world dominion It was the first Hollywood studio production in the UK to return to shooting after being closed due to Covid in mid-March 2020 – the first to close within weeks of filming starting on 25 February that year. Production resumed in July 2020 and halted again in October due to a Covid outbreak among the crew, but in the end, after 18 months of production and 40,000 Covid tests, it was a film worth Universal’s sweat which grossed $1 billion worldwide – one of only three 2022 theatrical releases to do so last year Top Gun: Maverick And Avatar: The Way of Water. (The picture’s theatrical release was pushed from June 2021 to June 2022 to ensure it would thrive in a restored global filmmaking global marketplace.) jurassic world Director Colin Trevorrow was brought back to direct the finale, which added Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard to the cast from the new franchise. Jurassic Park The team of Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill. last sequel, 2018 jurassic world: fallen kingdomUnder filmmaker JA Bayona, the film was considered too dark by critics with a 47% on Rotten Tomatoes and an A- Cinemascore by fans, from below. jurassic world71% and A. dominion It did poorly with critics at 29% Rotten, but returned to theaters on a sweltering summer to show moviegoers they still love dinosaurs with an A- and $376.8M domestic and $625.1M spend including China.

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Our sources estimate the production cost at $185M net, including $6M-$8M in additional COVID protocols by the studio. Universal’s policy for films opening north of $50M stateside is a 31-day theatrical window before landing in homes on premium VOD. While Amblin has a pay-one window with Showtime, dominion Both an extended and original cut were excluded from that deal, instead being streamed on NBCUniversal’s Peacock service starting September 2. dominion Through the first run of The Peacock Window, then on Amazon’s Prime Video. The source factors in the $80M in involvement from artists, filmmakers and producers (notably Steven Spielberg, an EP here, who has a really rich production deal with Amblin). It is also important to note that in the wake of Covid and China banning many American films to prioritize their own local fare, dominion It was one of the few Hollywood films to enter that market, grossing $157.5 million. Here the net profit is $229.7M.