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Top Gun: Maverick Box Office Soars To $1.403 Billion, Now 12th Biggest Movie Ever

Top Gun: Maverick Box Office Soars To $1.403 Billion, Now 12th Biggest Movie Ever

Top Gun: Maverick Box Office Soars To $1.403 Billion, Now 12th Biggest Movie Ever

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Top Gun: Maverick became the 12th highest-grossing film of all time, after a weekend of $14.55 million (around Rs. 120 crore) at the global box office saw its global total climb to 1.403 billion dollars (about Rs. 11,200 crore).

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It currently sits between Frozen II ($1.45 billion, roughly Rs.11,600 crore) and Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.402 billion, roughly Rs.11,200 crore).

Out of its total of $1.403 billion (about Rs. 11,200 crore), Top Gun: Maverick has collected more than $683.3 million (about Rs. 5,500 crore) in the United States and Canada, the 720 million of remaining dollars (about Rs. 5,750 crore) from the rest of the world.

And that’s without playing in China or Russia, which are two major film markets.

Outside of the US and Canada, the highest-earning territories for Top Gun: Maverick include the UK ($95 million, around Rs. 750 crore), Japan ($82 million, around Rs. 650 crore), Korea ($62 million, approx. Rs. 750 crore)500 crore), Australia ($60 million, approx. Rs. 500 crore) and France ($52.8 million, approx. Rs. 420 crore) .

maverick is the sequel to the hit 1986 film Top Gun, which starred Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis and Val Kilmer, and was among the blockbuster hits of that year.

Top Gun: Maverick also overtook Titanic as the Paramount studio’s most popular film in the United States, although its $2.2 billion (approximately Rs. 17,600 crore) worldwide gross is a long way off for the star. by Cruise.

Yet thanks to great word-of-mouth and loyal customers, Maverick continues to defy the odds. And there’s a chance the film will continue to fly higher on the box office charts.

Top Gun: Maverick is likely to continue selling tickets as the movie doesn’t have a ton of competition on the horizon internationally.

It’ll be pretty desolate at the US box office until November, when Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opens in theaters.


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