It hasn’t even been showing in cinemas for a month yet and Jurassic World, which stars HH client KATIE McGRATH, has already entered the list of highest-grossing films of all time, in fifth position! With a current worldwide gross of $1.4 billion, this figure is still growing with no signs of slowing down as it looks set to remain in UK and international cinemas for quite some time yet.
This amazing achievement gives a new total of FOUR films starring Hamilton Hodell clients to sit within the all-time top ten of highest-grossing films! It joins the first Avengers film, which stars TOM HIDDLESTON and is currently in third place; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 starring RUPERT GRINT, in seventh position; and Avengers: Age Of Ultron starring AARON TAYLOR-JOHNSON and ISAAC ANDREWS, currently in sixth position and still showing in some cinemas. Whoop!
WARNING: Contains Spoilers!
Jurassic World is the third sequel to the epic dinosaur franchise that all started back in 1993 with Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. This time around, Richard Hammond’s legendary theme park has officially opened to the public and everything is going well until the park’s newest attraction – a genetically modified, giant stealth killing machine – inevitably escapes containment and goes on a killing spree as all hell breaks loose!
KATIE stars as Zara, PA to the theme park’s operations manager Claire (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) who is tasked with chaperoning Claire’s nephews. And guess what – things don’t go quite as planned! Without wishing to spoil things too much, let’s just say KATIE receives not only the first ever female character death scene in the franchise, but also what has been universally agreed as the film’s best death scene in one of Jurassic World‘s (and possibly the entire franchise’s) most iconic moments. In fact, so awesome, hilarious and terrifying is her character’s final sequence that it has even been immortalised in lego!
If you haven’t seen Jurassic World yet, you HAVE to catch it on the big screen – it’s absolutely epic, thrilling and full of massive scares, groundbreaking CGI and huge set pieces! Here’s a video in which the film’s director and cast discuss KATIE‘s iconic death scene: