Like an Indominus Rex ripping the roof off a multiplex, Jurassic World destroyed at the box office this weekend with a $204.6 million domestic opening that basically set every all-time record for the month of June, according to Variety.

The Chris Pratt-led revival of the classic franchise now owns the best opening of 2015, surpassing Avengers: Age of Ultron, and lands at No. 2 on the all-time openings list, just behind the first Avengers movie.

It also pulled off the rare feat of a movie with a $150 million budget becoming profitable in its first weekend. 

As Variety points out, the worldwide numbers haven't even come out yet, so this thing could potentially make $400 million globally in its first three days. 

Nothing has been announced, but it's a safe bet that you can look forward to Chris "Money in the Bank" Pratt starring in more sequels to come.