The 25th James Bond film has overtaken the latest instalment in the Fast & Furious franchise.
This weekend saw No Time to Die overtake F9: The Fast Saga at the box office to make it the biggest Hollywood film of the pandemic era.
As of Sunday evening the 25th instalment in Eon’s Bond series has earned $734,091,693 worldwide, of which $154,688,693 comes from North America and $579,403,000 from the rest of the world.
That compares with F9 on a total of $721,077,945, of which $173,005,945 was in North America and $548,072,000 internationally.
It shows how important international markets are for the Bond films. It comes up some $21 million short in the US and Canada but is way ahead in the rest of the world.
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December 7th, 2021 at 18:47
I thought that No Time To Die was very successful in the US. At our local theater it was the best seller among all of the movies and was kept over more than 6 weeks. It was scheduled to be done at 4 weeks but was easily the best seller for almost 3 more weeks. I saw it 5 times but 3 of them were free because I work at the theater.