“Fast and Furious 9”-or F9 in some regions-has now reached US$292.1 million (approximately 21.66 billion rupees) in box office revenue worldwide, including Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Israel, Slovakia and Ukraine will be released this weekend. All of this happened before the ninth Fast and Furious movie even entered its largest single territory and the US home market. F9 will be released in the US on Friday, June 25. There is no doubt that the figure of $292.1 million will now soar even further. Most theaters in the United States are open.

However, the release date of “Fast and Furious 9” in India is still unclear. Due to the debilitating second wave of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the country is slowly getting rid of the pseudo-national blockade. Many states The cinema is still closed. Last week, “Fast and Furious 9” continued (successfully) staggered launches, opened in 13 other markets, and brought in 19 million US dollars (approximately 14.1 billion rupees) from all over the world. Among them, Australia (6.6 million U.S. dollars) topped the list, followed by Indonesia (3.6 million U.S. dollars), Israel (1.5 million U.S. dollars) and New Zealand (1.4 million U.S. dollars).

The United States—where vaccination numbers are returning to normal—is not the only new market for F9 this week. Justin Lin’s return to Fast Saga will also enter the UK, Brazil, Denmark, Mexico and Portugal on Thursday, June 24. Canada, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Lithuania and Poland will join the United States on Friday, June 25. “Fast and Furious 9” will be in Finland on June 3, in Singapore on July 1, in Spain and Turkey on July 2, in the Netherlands on July 8, in France and Sweden on July 14, and on July 15. It will be released in Germany on August 6, Japan on August 6 and Italy on August 18.

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“F9” was co-written and directed by Lin. Van Diesel played Dom Torreto, Michelle Rodriguez played Letty Ortiz, and Tyrese Gibson played Roman Pierce. Ludacris as Tyje Parker, John Cena as Dom’s brother Jacob Torreto, Jordana Brewster as Mia Torreto, and Natalie Emmanuel as Ram Qi and Song Kang play Han Lu who has come back from the dead, Helen Mirren as Magdalene Shaw, Kurt Russell as Mr. Unknown, and Charlize Theron as the villain code of Fast and Furious 8. Lucas Black returns, Tokyo Drift leads Sean Boswell, and Bower and Jason Tobin return with him as Twinkie and Earl Hu.

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