“Fast and Furious 9” has now earned more than US$500 million (approximately Rs 3,726 crore) at the global box office, making it the first Hollywood movie to exceed this milestone during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, there were only three movies-Demon Slayer from Japan: Mugen Train and China’s Hi, Mom and Detective Chinatown 3-all from Asia, with box office revenue of more than 500 million U.S. dollars, as the spread of the coronavirus put the theater industry in trouble. F9 has proven to be the box office savior that Hollywood has been looking for (sorry, Tenet), and it is pushing forward Black widow, Space Jam: A New Legacy and Jungle Cruise will be launched in late July.
Of the current total revenue of US$500.3 million, the revenue of “Fast and Furious 9” in its home U.S. market (plus Canada) is US$125.9 million (approximately 9.38 billion rupees), and the remaining US$374.4 million (approximately 27.9 billion rupees) ) From 50 regions all over the world. China leads the world with US$203.8 million (approximately Rs 1,519 crore), even though F9 leads there for a month. It was released in China on May 21-and at about the same time in other Asian and Middle Eastern countries-and arrived in the United States on June 25, while expanding to Europe and Latin America. Due to COVID-19, “Fast and Furious 9” still has no release date in India, and cinemas across the country are closed.
Last weekend, F9 brought in USD 23.8 million (approximately Rs 1.77 billion) from non-US markets, thanks to the opening weekend of new markets such as Singapore, Spain and Turkey. The staggered release of Fast and Furious 9 will continue until July. The Netherlands will be released on July 8 this week, France and Germany will be released next week (July 14-15), Japan will be released in early August, Italy It was mid-August. This new “Fast and Furious” movie will start video-on-demand in late July. In the United States, F9 is expected to reach 32.7 million (approximately 24.3 billion rupees) by the end of Monday, which also ends the three-day American Independence Day weekend.
Although no movie can match the box office strength of “Fast and Furious 9”, there are other movies that are also making money.Disney’s Crura After adding 9 million US dollars (approximately 670 million rupees) from global theaters, it has now exceeded 200 million US dollars (approximately 14.9 billion rupees). Crura It can be used on Disney+ through Premier Access in the US and other markets, and will be released on Disney+ Hotstar on August 27. Elsewhere, after a weekend of US$10.5 million (approximately Rs 780 crore), the second part of the horror sequel “A Quiet Place” has now reached US$268.3 million (approximately Rs 20 crore).Just like Fast and Furious 9, neither of them Crura There is also no quiet place. The second part also has an Indian release date.