When the world is on the line, and the villains think they’ve won the day, that’s the sort of scenario where James Bond is about ready to save it all. After several delays, which only drove up a hefty price tag to produce, Daniel Craig’s final Bond movie, No Time To Die looked like it had a hard road ahead to break even. That doesn’t mean there isn’t cause for celebration, as the movie has already hit a big box office milestone, and it’s setting it sights on F9 next, for one very important honor.
The Box Office Milestone No Time To Die Just Hit
According to the latest tallies from Forbes, No Time To Die has crossed the $700 million mark in total worldwide grosses as of this past weekend. With the unofficial estimate of $900 million being leveled as the break even point, there’s still quite a way to go in the name of “total victory.” That being said, this weekend’s news also saw another turn of events taking place, as the 25th 007 movie just overtook another Hollywood hit in a big way.
Previously, Vin Diesel and family’s gravity defying blowout F9 was the highest grossing Hollywood film in the international race. Sitting at $548.1 million according to Box Office Mojo, the eighth Fast Saga sequel was the largest domestic movie to perform on the world stage. That’s now changed, as No Time To Die, which is also internationally distributed by Fast studio Universal, has raised its standings to $558.2 million outside of the domestic market. James Bond may have won a battle, but Dominic Toretto is still winning the war.