Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ climbing at the movie box office with more than $900 million in global ticket sales to date.
Over the weekend, the R-rated historical drama added $12.8 million globally, including $10.7 million in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia and $2.1 million United States and Canada. After nine weeks of release, “Oppenehimer” has grossed a staggering $910 million worldwide, with $318 million from North American theaters and $594 million internationally.
“For ‘Oppenheimer’ to cross the $900 million global mark after just nine weeks in theaters is a remarkable achievement,” says Paul Dergarabedian, a senior Comscore analyst. “It shows how an amazing film with a superstar director and a star-studded cast can turn a three-hour historical epic into a blockbuster mainstream hit.”
Oppenheimer had a budget package of $100 million and currently making up to $912 million in the global movie box office