This sets the films opening ahead of SPECTRE (2015), and is approximately double the opening of Godzilla VS. Kong (2021), the Australian markets current No. 1 film of 2021.
Despite numerous delays and New South Wales, ACT and Victoria coming out of lengthy lockdowns, the films opening weekend box office total is expected to fall between SPECTRE’s(2015) $8 million and Skyfall’s (2012) $12.8 million.
Numero reports that No Time To Die has opened in the top spot at the Australian box office, with an opening weekend gross of $11.23 million, 70% of the total weekend box office.
The result comes as the film crosses US $700 million at the worldwide box office, the second Hollywood film to do so since 2019.
With US $708M thus far, Forbes reports that the film is expected to over take Fast & Furious 9’s US $721 million this week, making it the highest grossing Hollywood film since Jumanji: The Next Level ($800 million), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ($1.073 billion), Joker ($1.073 billion), and Frozen II ($1.45 billion) in late 2019.
Val Morgan reports that No Time To Die has recorded the highest opening week for a film in 2021, and has set the biggest pandemic-era release record, attracting over 475,000 cinemagoers across the films opening weekend. The film secured the strongest opening weekend since Jumanji: The Next Level was released on Boxing Day 2019, and is ahead of the Australian markets current top two films, Godzilla vs Kong (493,000) and Fast & Furious 9 (554,000).
Acorss the films entire Thursday-Sunday opening weekend, No Time To Die attracted a total of 873,000 cinemagoers across Australia, a level well above the comparable week in 2019 and up almost 30% on the previous weekend, making it the strongest weekend since July this year.
Numero reports that No Time To Die has grossed $14.13 million in its first week at the Australian box office.
Forbes reports that No Time To Die has crossed US $733 million at the global box office, surpassing Fast & Furious 9’s US $721 million to become the highest grossing Hollywood film since Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (US $1.073 billion) in December 2019.
Numero reports that No Time To Die has grossed $6.64 million at its second weekend at the Australian box office.
The Australian box office total now stands at $20.76 million.
Numero reports that No Time To Die has grossed $8.46 million during its second week at the Australian box office.
The Australian box office total now stands at $22.58 million.