According to data from the Boxofficemojo website, more than a month after “007: No Time to Die” was released globally, its overseas box office (outside North America) reached 558 million US dollars.
This figure exceeds the US$548 million of “Fast and Furious 9”, and “007: No Time to Die” became the highest-grossing Hollywood movie overseas during the epidemic.
At present, “007: No Time to Die” has a global box office of 708 million U.S. dollars, and it needs more than 13 million U.S. dollars to surpass “Fast and Furious 9” and become the world’s highest-grossing Hollywood movie during the epidemic.
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“007: No Time to Die” accounted for 78.7% of overseas box office, and “Fast and Furious 9” accounted for 76% of overseas box office.
In 2021, the top two films on the world’s highest grossing film rankings are Chinese films, which are “The Battle at Lake Changjin” with US$882 million and “Hi, Mom” with US$822 million.
Because most of the box office of these two films are obtained in mainland China, the proportion of overseas box office of the two films on the mojo website is 100%.
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