The film directed by Colin Trevorrow attracted some 340,000 spectators when it was released in theaters on June 8.
The ecological devastation caused by the dinosaurs seems to interest the spectators the most. Upon its theatrical release on June 8, Jurassic World: The World After the disaster film directed by American Colin Trevorrow attracted some 340,000 people to French cinemas.
A very high figure which places this new science fiction feature film at the level of Jurassic World 1 which had recorded 359,000 entries. This statistic places this cinematographic work on the first place of the 2022 start-up podium. The French can be proud of this flattering statistic since Omar Sy is part of the cast in the role of Barry Sembène.
Nicolas Vanier and Alex Garland on the podium
Faced with what clearly looks like a record, the other films are doing what they can and must share the crumbs. In second place, far behind, Champagne!, a story of friendships directed by Frenchman Nicolas Vanier won over 32,000 moviegoers. It brings together a fine cast made up of Elsa Zylberstein, François-Xavier Demaison and Stéphane De Groodt.
As for the bronze medal in this ranking, it is awarded to Men by Alex Garland. This hallucinatory and psychological story of the British filmmaker, presented at the Directors’ Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival 2022, interested some 6,200 followers.
Jurassic World: The World After by Colin Trevorrow in 2022, with Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum…
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