The great premiere of Barbie y Oppenheimeran event dubbed by moviegoers as the Barbieheimer or the Barbenheimer continues to dominate the box office in its second weekend in theaters.
Barbiefrom the co-writer and director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird, Little Women) and the protagonist and producer Margot Robbie, repeated first place at the box office in the United States (and in any other market in which it is shown) adding another $93 million from Friday to Sunday in its home market.
- Sales declined only 43% from its debut, making it the seventh-best second weekend in history. Behind of: Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($149 mdd), Avengers: Endgame ($147 mdd), Infinity War ($114 mdd), Black Panther ($111 mdd), Jurassic World ($106 mdd), y Avengers ($103 mdd).
in ten days, Barbie from Warner Bros. has amassed $351.4 million in the United States and Canadato be crowned as the fourth largest launch of 2023 in the domestic market.
In the international box office totals $429.3 billionfor a global total at the moment of $780.7 million dollars. Crazy.
For its part, the historical drama Oppenheimer of Christopher Nolan and the protagonist Cillian Murphyabout the “father of the atomic bomb”, it came in second at the box office, earning another $46.6 million over the weekend.
- Reports from Universal Pictures reveal that she became the first R-Rated movie to gross over $10 million for 10 days in a row.
Your box office domestic reached $174 million dollars, and $400 million dollars in the global box office.
The total global cumulatives for both films add up to $1,180.7 million.