The film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is doing very well at box offices across the world. On the other hand, it is experiencing a very slight decline in India with each passing day. The film starring Chris Pratt had the second-best opening weekend for a film in Hollywood, behind only the Super Mario Bros. film. On Day 5, however, the total amount collected in India experienced a decline.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 3 Box Office
As per the news, Disney/Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has surpassed $300 million globally. In addition, it will propel The Walt Disney Company past $2 billion worldwide by 2023, based on current numbers. Due partly to stronger-than-anticipated domestic and European play on Sunday, weekend actuals for the James Gunn-directed sequel exceeded projections with a full opening frame of $289.3M worldwide.
Thomas Michael Clark Tweeted that he predicted the total gross amount of Guardian of the Galaxy vol3.
I have a very very hard time believing that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 will gross less than $700m, but even if it did that would still very likely turn a profit for Marvel. I'm begging film twitter to learn what a flop actually is!
— Thomas Michael Clark (@tomtom4468) April 21, 2023
On Monday, the group added an estimated $29.4 million worldwide ($8.9 million domestically and $20.5 million abroad), bringing the global total to $318.7 million. Domestic box office represents $127.3 million, while international box office represents $191.4 million. Monday was aided by word-of-mouth and holidays in specific markets.
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Guardian Of The Galaxy Top Offshore Plays
GOTG3’s current top 10 offshore plays are as follows: China ($31.4M), the United Kingdom ($20M), Mexico ($14.8M), South Korea ($14M), France ($11.9M), Germany ($7.9M), Australia ($7.6M), Brazil ($7.4M), Italy ($5.5M), Japan ($5.3M), and Indonesia ($5M) were the most significant contributors to the fund. China and Korea have earned $34.5 million and $14.7 million, respectively, through Tuesday (not included in the totals above). Although not astronomical, these are encouraging numbers:
As of Monday, Disney’s global score was $1.985 billion, and the studio will surpass $2 billion today (this includes 2023 grosses from Avatar: The Way of Water, Ant-Man and The Wasp Quantumania, and others), making it the first studio to reach the mark for the year. It will be closely followed by Universal, whose Fast X will launch globally on May 17 and is already close behind. The two studios are anticipated to compete in the coming months.
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