Tom cruise-starred “Top Gun: Maverick” had become the seventh-highest grossing movie of all time in the history of domestic box office over the weekend. On top of that, “Top Gun: Maverick” had been the first film of Tom Cruise that had surpassed $100 million barrier over the first weekend after release.
Nevertheless, over the weekend, Paramount’s “Top Gun: Maverick” became the seventh-highest grossing film on North-American box office’s 110-year long history as beforementioned. So far, “Top Gun: Maverick” had grossed an upsum of $662 million in ticket sales, while the Tom Cruise starring action-adventure continued to score good numbers in ticket sales on both domestic and international box office, suggesting a return of family audiences into silver screens.
As of Sunday evening, “Top Gun: Maverick” totalled about $1.5 billon at international box office alongside a $2.2 billion in international box office.
“Top Gun: Maverick” becomes the seventh-highest grossing film ever
More interestingly, the movie had been highly successful in both international and domestic box office, as the film had sold off an almost similar number of tickets in the US alongside in international box offices.
Aside from that, success of “Top Gun: Maverick” came forth as a vivid vindication of an illustration that the audiences of family-genre movies are returning into the theatres. Besides, followed by the success of “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Minion: The Rise of Gru,” another film targeted to family audiences, has been shelving a modest upsum in both domestic and international box office, too.
Apart from that, the top five domestic releases in the US so far had been “Black Panther” ($700 million), ”Avatar” ($760 million), "Spider-Man: No Way Home” ($804 million), “Avengers: Endgame” ($853 million) alongside “Star-wars: The force awakens” ($936 million)