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Top Gun: Maverick Box Office crosses $500 million, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness now at $900 million


Top Gun: Maverick has grossed nearly $549 million (roughly Rs. 4,263 crore) at the worldwide box office since its theatrical debut on May 27 to become a memorable release for its lead man Tom Cruise. Meanwhile, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has entered the $900 million club (about Rs 6,989 crore) as the superhero movie continued to find takers nearly a month after its release. exit. The second strange doctor The film collected $909.4 million (about Rs 7,060 crore), beating Tom Holland-directed Spider-Man: Far From Home to secure the 10th position in the list of top-grossing Marvel Cinematic Universe films. .

Going back to Top Gun: Maverick, of the total $549 million, $292 million (Rs. 2,268 crore) came from the US and Canadian market. The remaining $257 million (Rs 1,995 crore) comes from 64 territories elsewhere. This does not include Russia and China where the film will not be released. That also doesn’t include South Korea, a Cruise stronghold, where the Top Gun sequel will be released on June 23.

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Outside of the US and Canada, the UK is the top performing territory for Top Gun: Maverick as the actor has raked in $47.8 million (roughly Rs. 3,726 crore) so far. in this market. Next come Australia ($23.4 million) and Japan ($21.9 million). Top Gun: Maverick was unable to work its magic in India, however, where it grossed around Rs. 21 crores (about $2.7 million) in its first week.

For Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, of the worldwide total of $909.4 million, $388.7 million (about Rs. 3,013 crore) comes from the United States and Canada. The remaining $520.7 million (about Rs 4,037 crore) comes from markets other than the United States and Canada. Its main contributors are South Korea ($49 million), the United Kingdom ($48 million) and Mexico ($38 million).

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Top Gun: Maverick aren’t the only films getting attention this week, however, as sci-fi action flick Jurassic World Dominion – the third installment in the Jurassic World franchise – has raised nearly $55.5 million (about Rs. 4,310 crore) from 15 markets outside the US and Canada, as it began its staggered rollout with Brazil (June 2), Italy (2 June) and Mexico (June 3).

Expect Jurassic World Dominion to give Top Gun: Maverick a run for its money in the coming week as it is set to open worldwide, including key markets such as China, the United States and the UK over the coming week.

Top Gun: Maverick and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are playing in cinemas around the world.


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