As of July 14, Marvel’s “Black Widow” was released in North America in six days and the box office exceeded 100 million U.S. dollars, setting the fastest record of breaking 100 million U.S. dollars since 2020.
The previous record was 8 days in “Fast and Furious 9”.
It is worth mentioning that Disney also disclosed the revenue of the film in streaming media: it also exceeded 100 million US dollars!
With the release of “Godzilla vs. Kong” at the end of March this year, the North American market is gradually recovering.
Earlier, “A Quiet Place 2” used 12 days to break through 100 million U.S. dollars, and the cumulative $152 million film is temporarily the North American annual crown.
“Fast and Furious 9” ranked runner-up of the year for $146 million.
Warner’s “Space Jam: A New Legacy” will be released this weekend, Universal’s thriller “Old” will be released on July 23, Disney will release “Jungle Cruise” on July 30, and Warner’s “The Suicide” will be released on August 6. “Squad”, I don’t know which one can create a good box office.