Barbie collects $775 million globally, while Oppenheimer earns $400 million.


Barbenheimer is determined to not only be an American sensation as the unique double bill collectively total over a billion internationally.

Barbenheimer fever catches worldwide! The historic dual summer release from two Academy Award nominated filmmakers has swept the global box office, bringing in over a billion dollars. Deadline reported that the pink-dominated movie, starring Margot in the role made popular by the legacy toy range, has crossed $755 million at the box office internationally. Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan’s ultra-serious historical drama follows closely, which is impressive for a film of its nature, with a worldwide total of $400 million.

These figures come in as both movies make their sophomore week debut. Barbie‘s domestic run dropped from its immensely successful debut and garnered $93 million over the weekend, which brings its North American cume to a total of $351.4 million. According to Deadline’s report, Mattel’s prized Barbie title collected $122.2 in 69 countries, only 32% of its opening. The international total is $423.1million.

Overseas the Greta Gerwig directed pic maintained its No. 1 slot in 57 markets with exceptional holds in numerous markets including Taiwan (+37%), Germany (+29%), Hong Kong (+19%), Holland (+11%), Singapore (+10%), China (-11%), Australia (-11%), France (-20%), Argentina (-25%), Indonesia (-27%), Italy (-30%), Spain (-30%) and the UK (-32%).As for Oppenheimer, the destroyer of worlds is destroying global numbers as well, grossing a worldwide number of $72.4 million with an offshore cume of $226.3 million. The total for the Cillian Murphry drama ends the weekend at $4000.4 million at international box office. Even after a juggernaut like The Dark Knight made Nolan a name to be reckoned with, Oppenheimer is estimated to be the biggest Nolan film of all time in 28 markets including India, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Turkey. In 40, it’s the top non-Batman movie for Nolan including Mexico, Brazil, Norway, Philippines and Chile. It is currently outperforming Dunkirk as well as Interstellar and Tenet in overseas territories at the same time of release. Although Tom Cruise’s latest big action effort,

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, didn’t quite match up to his previous outings, the film nearly matches Oppenheimer‘s take with $448.5 million. And the sequel continues to chug along despite some really big competition.

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