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“Jurassic Park” climbed to the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office this past weekend, accomplishing the feat for the fourth time in its history.

What’s going on:

  • Movie theater across the country have — in the absence of new films because of the coronavirus pandemic — tried to return to normal by airing classic titles.
  • “Jurassic Park” was one of these older films that hit theaters this weekend, climbing to the No. 1 spot, according to Deadline.
  • “Jurassic Park” earned more than $517,000 at the box office from 230 different locations. “Jaws” earned about $516,300 from 187 locations.
  • Last week, “Invisible Man” led the box office with $383,000 and “Trolls World Tour” got $275,700.

Some history:

  • “Jurassic Park” earned the No. 1 spot in its first three weekends back in 1993. The film earned the fourth spot when it was rereleased back in 2013, according to Polygon.

A little Utah note:

  • Megaplex Theatres at the District in South Jordan was the top-grossing multiplex from across the country, bringing in $14,600, according to Deadline.
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