‘Godzilla Vs Kong’ Becomes US Highest-Grossing Film Of The Pandemic Era

 

The action movie “Godzilla vs Kong”, which released on March 24, has become the highest-grossing foreign film post the pandemic in India, in just a week. Shortly pulling in fans across India and making it the country’s #1 movie.

 

 

The Warner Bros.’ monster mashup is officially the highest-grossing movie of the COVID-19 era at the domestic box office, finishing up Friday with a $60 million total.

 

 

Ticket sales have fallen more than 85 percent from a year earlier, said Comscore, and theatres are only reopening slowly, with more than half now back in business. Just to paint you a picture, the ticket sales were roughly double that of Wonder Woman 1984.

 

 

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The film, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Alexander Skarsgard, moreover, had a large international premiere.

 

 

We may not yet be talking about pre-pandemic box office levels, but for this film to come out of the gate swinging shows how eager audiences are to return to theatres,” said Shawn Robbins, chief analyst at Boxoffice Pro.

 


“We’re thrilled that Godzilla vs. Kong is bringing audiences back into theaters where they are open around the world, and also delivering for our HBO Max subscribers in their homes here in the U.S.,” Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich said.

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