No Time to Die Box Office Crosses $700 Million, Set to Become Hollywood’s Biggest Movie During COVID-19

No Time to Die is set to become Hollywood’s biggest film of the pandemic era, as Daniel Craig’s final Bond film crossed the $700 million milestone at the worldwide box office last weekend. The current global total is $708.6 million (approximately Rs 5,271 crore), which is about $12 million (approximately Rs 89 crore) from the current total of F9 aka Fast & Furious 9. Both films were distributed by Universal Pictures. Worldwide – although not in the US for No Time to Die. Only two other films to have more releases than Hollywood this year have come from China: the war propaganda story The Battle at Lake Changjin ($885 million), and the family comedy Hi, Mom ($848 million).

Box office figure for $708.6 million no time to die $28.6 million (approximately Rs 212 crore) from 74 markets around the world was driven by the weekend. The current split is $150.5 million (approximately Rs 1,119 crore) from the US and Canada, with the remaining $558.2 million (approximately Rs 4,151 crore) coming from 72 other regions. The UK is leading with $126 million (approximately Rs 937 crore), followed by Germany with $70.5 million (approximately Rs 524 crore) and China with $57.9 million (approximately Rs 430 crore). No Time to Die was released in Australia – the last major market – this weekend, where it debuted with $8.2 million (about Rs 61 crore).

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elsewhere, Eternal The global box office was once again the biggest film worldwide. Latest Miracle The film added $75.5 million (approximately Rs 561 crore) this weekend and took its worldwide total to $281.4 million (approximately Rs 2,093 crore). Eternal Released this week in Indonesia, Russia and the United Arab Emirates. The current split is $118.8 million (approximately Rs 883 crore) from the US and Canada, with the remaining $162.6 million (approximately Rs 1,209 crore) from 49 markets around the world. top five markets for Eternal Outside the US are South Korea ($22 million), the UK ($14.3 million), France ($11.5 million), Mexico ($10.2 million) and Brazil ($7.8 million). in India, Eternal It earned $3.67 million (Rs 27.33 crore) in the first eight days.

Also, led by Tom Hardy Venom: Let There Be Massacre After a $11.7 million (approximately Rs 87 crore) weekend across 57 markets, it is now up to $441.5 million (approximately Rs 3,284 crore). The division is worth $202.7 million (approximately Rs 1,507 crore) from the US and Canada and $238.8 million (approximately Rs 1,776 crore) from 55 other markets. NS poison The sequel is yet to release in Australia (November 25) and Japan (December 3).

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Meanwhile, the star-studded science-fiction epic Dune Now up to $351.2 million (approximately Rs 2,612 crore) globally, which has raised over $12.3 million (approximately Rs 91 crore) over the weekend. Dune has earned $93.1 million (approximately Rs 692 crore) in the US and Canada and $258 million (approximately Rs 1.919 crore) in 76 territories around the world. Outside its home market, the top five are China ($38 million), France ($30.7 million), the UK ($26 million), Germany ($21.4 million), and Russia ($21.1 million). Dune falls on December 2 in Australia and New Zealand and December 3 in Vietnam.

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