Rosenblatt Re-rates Imax as Jurassic World Dominion Continues to Rule Charts

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June 23, 2022 Updated: June 23, 2022

Rosenblatt analyst Steve Frankel reiterated a Buy rating on Imax Corp. with a price target of $25.

Jurassic World Dominion raked $58.7 million in its second weekend, beating Lightyear to lead the domestic box office.

To date, Dominion has earned $259 million. With a three-day opening of $51 million, Lightyear missed industry expectations of $70 million – $85 million.

Top Gun

Maverick added $44 million to push its domestic total to $461 million. Overseas, Lightyear grossed a disappointing $34.6 million from 43 markets.

Meanwhile, Jurassic World: Dominion added another $76.1 million to bring its international total to $372.4 million ($622.2 million globally), owning the winner’s mantle in China, earning $92.8 million so far.

Top Gun

Maverick earned $39.7 million, bringing the international total to $419 million and $885 million globally, making it Tom Cruise’s best-selling film.

IMAX dedicated most of its domestic capacity to Dominion, except for matinee showings of Lightyear. As a result, Imax accounted for 8 percent of Dominion’s weekend for $4.6 million in GBO, bringing the film’s domestic total to $20.5 million.

Overseas, Dominion generated another $4.2 million in GBO, bringing the international GBO total to $20.9 million, including $9.9 million from China.

Lightyear added $1.7 million in GBO, with $1.1 million coming from domestic screens, and Top Gun: Maverick generated $2.1 million in international GBO to bring the film’s global total to $79 million.

By Anusuya Lahiri

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