Greta Gerwig’s film “Barbie” has crossed the $1 billion mark in global box office sales in just three weeks. making Gerwig the director of the highest-grossing debut film directed by a woman. It became the second film to touch this figure this year.
‘Barbie’ crosses $1 billion at global box office, Record For first-ever Woman Director
A record for a solo female director, ‘Barbie’ crosses the $1 billion mark at the box office.
Warner Bros. said on Sunday that the movie “Barbie” earned $53 million in the US and Canada in its third week.
The film ‘Barbie’ earned an additional $74 million internationally.
The ‘Barbie’ movie has grossed $459.4 million domestically and $1.03 billion worldwide.
Makes Barbie the No. 2 film of the year behind Comcast Corp.’s Universal Pictures’ The Super Mario Bros. Movie.
The film ‘Barbie’ became the second film to touch this figure this year.
That picture, released in April, has earned $1.35 billion in ticket sales.
Warner Bro’s Meg 2: The Trench came in second with $30 million in ticket sales.
Paramount Pictures’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem finished fourth with $28 million.
Barbie sets box office record
Warner Bros. said that Gerwig became the first woman whose film has crossed the $1 billion mark.
Movies Hit US and Canadian theatres:-
- “Barbie,” $53 million.
- “Meg 2: The Trench,” $30 million.
- “Oppenheimer,” $28.7 million.
- “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem,” $28 million.
- “Haunted Mansion,” $9 million.
- “Sound of Freedom,” $7 million.
- “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part I,” $6.5 million.
- “Talk to Me,” $6.3 million.