Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ blitzkrieg continues its domination at the international box-office. However, the rollout of ‘Incredibles 2’ will undoubtedly affect its earnings. The flick earned an extra $173.6 million (£130 M) in 51 global territories this weekend. This includes $145.4 million (£110 M) from its launch in China and another $151.1 million (£115 M) from 48 other markets. The Film has earned $401 million (£302 M) worldwide in total in 13 days since its release, Forbes reported.

Released by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, the latest flick from the Jurassic series has earned £7.3 million in the UK and Ireland, and £4.4 million from Korea.

The film will be released on June 21 in Australia and Brazil, June 22 in Mexico and July 13 in Japan.

The film is expected to earn around £115 million when it debuts in the domestic territories. The earlier part of the series, “Jurassic World” had raked in $208.8 million (£158 million) in North America when it was released. The film is not going to hit North American screens until next Friday when it opens along with Mexico, Canada, and six other territories.

The plot of Jurassic

The setting of the “Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom” is four years after “Jurassic World.” It details how Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s characters, try to salvage the remaining dinosaurs and take them to safety before a volcano on Isla Nublar erupts, destroying everything.

Raptor expert Owen (Chris Pratt) and former park manager Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) in their quest to save the dinosaurs from a second mass extinction, find a more significant danger on the island than what they had thought. The flick is scarier, and there is more gore than the previous editions.

The film was made with a budget of $170 million (£129 M) and is not expected to break the “Jurassic World” record earnings which stood at $227 million (£172 M) in China, $651 million (£493 M) in North America.

Reviews and the buzz are at present centred on the scenario of the next edition of the series.

Reviews of the latest Jurassic movie

Owen Gleiberman of Variety wrote, "The fifth entry in the "Jurassic" series, and the first that plays less like a thunder-lizard spectacular than like a '70s disaster movie run amok."

David Edelstein of the Vulture reviewed and wrote, "They’re certainly trying to be witty — to create cascading, Rube Goldberg-esque catastrophes. But the movie plays like a strenuous imitation of Steven Spielberg instead of the real deal."