Fast and Furious 9’s movie, which was released about 2 months ago, had two big box office successes on its 25th day of release in the US. F9, which is the highest-grossing film in the North American region this year, has also surpassed the $600 million revenue threshold worldwide.
It’s been almost two months since Fast and Furious 9 was released. Like most of the series, it was known that the highly anticipated F9 would not be left behind from the success of other movies. The movie already It had two major box office successes.
Fast and Furious 9, which provides plenty of action to the audience like every movie in the series, became the most profitable movie in the North American region where it was produced. The movie, which leaves 2 steps to the end of the series, is also earned $600 million worldwide.
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Fast & Furious 9, which generated $155.9 million in revenue in those regions in the first 25 days of its release in the U.S. and Canada, earned $155.3 million in revenue. Beats A Quiet Place Part II. As such, the film became the biggest domestic revenue-generating production of the year. F9 will likely have generated $162 million on its 31st day of launch in these regions.
The movie is already It achieved 2.22 times its $70 million debut. In this way, it surpassed the 2009 production Fast and the Furious in this sense. The movie, which was released in 2009 with an expense of 71 million dollars, generated 150 million dollars in revenue. When the F9 exceeds the domestic 160 million dollar threshold, it will surpass the Fast and Furious 8, which achieved $226 million with an output of $99 million.
Fast and Furious 9 achieved a worldwide success that has not been seen in 2 years. The last movie to earn $600 million in revenue was released in 2019. Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker had happened. The movie’s revenue exceeded $1 billion. F9 also achieved what could not be achieved in 2 years, reaching a revenue level of 600 million dollars tonight.