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What will No Way Home gross lifetime domestically?

Less than $500M 1 3.13%
 
$500-549M 2 6.25%
 
$550-599M 2 6.25%
 
$600-649M 4 12.50%
 
$650-699M 5 15.63%
 
$700-749M 3 9.38%
 
$750-799M 3 9.38%
 
$800M or greater 12 37.50%
 
Total:32
Chris Hu said:
darkenergy said:

Looks like I guess correctly, but the legs for NWH surprise me, even I thought it wouldn't get to $800 million base on its second weekend numbers. It was not until I posted my last comment on this thread that I think it reaching $800 million would happen if it rereleases in theater (which btw hasn't happened yet).

Its officially over 800 million domestically now (actually closer to 800.6).

I know, I am just saying it hasn't had a rerelease yet (by this I mean a big increase in theater count like how other movie typically do during their theater run). NWH is currently playing in 2000 theaters after losing almost 600 from last week).



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darkenergy said:
Chris Hu said:

Its officially over 800 million domestically now (actually closer to 800.6).

I know, I am just saying it hasn't had a rerelease yet (by this I mean a big increase in theater count like how other movie typically do during their theater run). NWH is currently playing in 2000 theaters after losing almost 600 from last week).

Going through Box Office Mojo's data for other movies, NWH still being in so many theaters in its 14th week is pretty much unheard of. I haven't perused every one of them yet, but most of the big blockbusters in my graphs had already dropped to below 1000 screens. I need to create a couple of more charts for those movies to do screen number and per-screen average comparisons. But NWH still being in so many theaters, combined with having less competition in general (perhaps a cause of the former; there aren't as many films running in theaters as there were pre-COVID), probably is the main factor in NWH's legs being so unusually strong. It is a popular film, so maybe the relative lack of other big films being released between it and The Batman got more people to re-watch it than they normally would.



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Well, its theatrical run is almost over now. Too bad it didn't play in China it would have easily added over $200 million to its world-wide total since F9 was able to make over $200 million in China. That would have been enough to move it up two spots in the all-time worldwide box office.