01-Nov-2021 • No Time To Die
After five weeks on release, 'No Time To Die' has now crossed the $600m threshold at the worldwide box-office.
$472.4m has come from the non-USA box-office for a worldwide total of $605.8m.
The film added $51.9m to its international total this weekend, but more than half of that came from its $27.8m debut in China.
Holdovers were down an average 33% across all markets. The stronger box-offices are the usual countries: Germany dipped only 28% to a $62m total, France only lost 15% week on week to $26.1m, Japan was 24% down for $20.4m so far, and the Netherlands gifted Universal their biggest film in the country ever with a running total of $18.4m. Russia is imposing COVID-10 lockdown restrictions but the film has surpassed 'Skyfall' with $11.8 and is set to beat 'SPECTRE's record this week.
Globally, 'No Time To Die' has lost most of its IMAX engagements, but the worldwide total for the premium format grew to $39.4m as China added $4.4m (15% of its opening weekend).