You know it’s summer when your film makes $25.34M on a Monday. That’s exactly what Universal-Legendary’s Jurassic World did yesterday, raising its domestic cume to $234.15M. That’s the best nonholiday Monday and the third-best overall after Spider-Man 2‘s post-July 4 Monday of $27.66M and Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull‘s Memorial Day take of $26.78M. JW‘s Monday is down 56% from its Sunday take of $57.2M, which is a better hold than 2012’s The Avengers Monday, which fell 67%.
MovieTickets.com reports that Jurassic World advance ticket sales still are clicking, with the Uni title making up 84% of the site’s sales in the past 24 hours. The fourquel starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard is playing in 4,274 venues, which makes it Uni’s widest release ever.