'No Time to Die' surpasses 'Fast & Furious 9' and is already the highest grossing Hollywood movie of 2021

No Time to Die Box Office, highest grossing Hollywood movie of 2021

2021 has a new champion in the ranking of the highest-grossing films of the year. 'No Time to Die', Daniel Craig's latest film as James Bond, has reached a total of 733 million dollars globally, surpassing the 721 million dollars that 'Fast & Furious 9' made in all its theatrical run early summer. That means Cary Joji Fukunaga's movie has become the highest-grossing Hollywood movie of the year.


Even though in the United States it has not had a tremendously striking tour in theaters - it is the sixth highest-grossing film of the year with 154 million dollars - in international markets, it has been a success with 579 million dollars and it is the film with highest-grossing of the year in several territories, highlighting the more than 124 million dollars it has achieved in the United Kingdom, surpassing the total of 'Avengers: Endgame'. Despite having to fight the pandemic, and the possibility of the streaming premiere was put on the table after accumulating several delays, the insistence of waiting to be able to release the twenty-fifth Bond film in theaters has ended up bearing fruit, although the benefits are lower due to the accumulated expenses due to date changes and advertising campaigns.


China Remains The Undisputed Queen

But even with a figure as good as the one made by 'No Time to Die', the film is only in third place in the ranking of the highest-grossing films of the year worldwide. In the first two positions, two Chinese titles continue, 'The Battle at Lake Changjin' and 'Hi, Mom', which have 882.5 and 822 million dollars of total collection respectively, figures achieved having been released only in China. A madness that continues to highlight the good health of the Chinese exhibition industry after the pandemic.


From MGM they celebrate this milestone of 'No time to die' assuring that they are "excited to see the public return to theaters and support the cinematographic experience" and thank everyone involved in the premiere, such as Universal Pictures, a large distributor part of the world. They also have nice words for the exhibitors and of course for the crew: "This achievement is a testament to Daniel Craig and the entire cast, also to our director Cary Fukunaga, producers Michael (G. Wilson) and Barbara (Broccoli) and the team for making an amazing movie. "

   

The film continues to be available in theaters and will go on sale in domestic format on January 21. We can find it on DVD, Blu-Ray, 4K UHD, and in a special edition in a metal box in 4K UHD and Blu-Ray.

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