Thor: Love and Thunder Box Office Surpasses $500 Million Worldwide

Thor: Love and Thunder Box Office Surpasses $500 Million Worldwide

Thor: Love and Thunder Box Office Surpasses $500 Million Worldwide

Thor: Love and Thunder has collected an impressive $500 million (roughly Rs. 3,994 crore) at the global box office, since its July 8 release. Despite the dull reviews, the Chris Hemsworth-directed film holds its own, with the third-highest opening for a Hollywood film since Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Meanwhile, Minions: Rise of Gru has raised $533 million (about Rs. 4,620 crore), thanks to “Gentleminion” memes on Tiktok. Jurassic World Dominion, on the other hand, passed the $900 million mark (about Rs. 7,193 crore).

The latest Taika Waititi movie saw a 59% drop outside the US – worse than Doctor Strange 2, which saw a 56% drop in week two. On a regional basis, Asia-Pacific saw the largest drop in ticket sales, down 64%. Europe/Middle East recorded a decline of 56%, while sales in Latin America fell 53%. It looks like reviews are having an impact on Thor: Love and Thunder, with word of mouth also having a say in the box office prospects of the new MCU’s second weekend entry.

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Meanwhile, Universal Pictures’ Minions: The Rise of Gru has officially passed the $500 million mark (about Rs. 3,994 crore). It is the eighth entry from animation studio Illuminations to hit the milestone, grossing $532.7 million (roughly Rs. 4,257 crore) at the global box office on Sunday, July 17. This value includes sales outside the United States and Canada. up to $270.1 million (about Rs. 2,150 crore).

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The latest entry in the rebooted Jurassic World trilogy, Dominion has managed to cross $900 million (roughly Rs. 7,193 crore) since its theatrical release on June 10 – making it the third film of 2022 to hit the mark. As it stands, the Chris Pratt-directed film is preceded by Top Gun: Maverick and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Jurassic World Dominion raised approximately $542.8 million (approximately Rs. 4,339 crore) excluding the United States and Canada, making a total sum of $902.5 million (approximately Rs. 7,212 crore) ) in the world. It also continues to be the biggest Hollywood title in China, topping $150 million (about Rs. 1,199 crore).

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The ever exhilarating Top Gun: Maverick holds its own at the top with $1.247 billion (roughly Rs. 9,327 crore), making it Paramount’s biggest worldwide release in history. The Tom Cruise-directed robbery action flick grossed $542.8 million (about Rs. 4,340 crore) in regions other than the US and Canada, while adding another $19.2 million (about Rs 153 crore) last weekend.

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