ten days ago, OppenheimerChristopher Nolan’s latest film has beaten Andy Muschietti’s It: Chapter 1 to officially become the fifth highest-grossing R-rated film of all time in the US.
Now, with nearly $853 million worldwide, Oppenheimer It also prevails – and without taking inflation into account – as well Reload arrays And two dead pool With Ryan Reynolds rising to second place. Todd Phillips’ Joker still holds the top spot, with a total of $1.66 million (via Numbers).
A very interesting curiosity, as to the details of the $310 million that Oppenheimer raised in the US alone, comes thanks to an intervention by IMAX CEO Rich Gelfond on the popular podcast The Town with Matthew Belloni (find it at Spotify). The executive explains that although the 400 IMAX theaters in North America represent about 1% of the total number of movie theaters in that region, 30% of a film’s box office came from circuit structures.
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Obviously, we’ll continue to monitor the performance of the film’s captures in the following weeks.
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