While the movie has clearly been another success for the franchise, it doesn't look as though Fallen Kingdom has the theatrical staying power of its predecessors. The newest Jurassic installment officially had the worst second week drop of the entire franchise.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom won this past weekend at the box office, but it was a significant decrease from its opening totals, earning just $60 million over the last three days. This marked a 59.5 percent drop from the debut weekend just seven days ago. The drop could have been worse however, as the Friday-Friday numbers dipped a whopping 71 percent.
Movies almost never do as well in their second weekends, but a nearly 60 percent decrease in ticket revenue is certainly a worrisome low-point, especially when other movies in the same franchise were able to hold on a little bit better from week to week.
2015's Jurassic World, which opened to record-breaking numbers when it hit theaters, fell just 49 percent from week-to-week. The next closest drop to Fallen Kingdom was Jurassic Park III, the lowest overall earner of the entire series, which dipped by 55.6 percent.