We’ve covered Black Widow‘s Box Office success throughout its opening weekend. There are many uncertainties with the pandemic still raging, but the film still managed to grab $215M in its opening weekend worldwide. These numbers include an impressive $60M from Disney+’s Premier Access function.
So, technically speaking, the film made around $80.3M in the domestic Box Office. Luckily, the film didn’t lose any momentum as it has officially passed the $100M mark after only six days. It joined the club alongside F9, A Quiet Place Part II and Godzilla vs. Kong and beat out the Fast and Furious sequel record of eight days during the pandemic.
It currently holds the record opening during the pandemic and continued the momentum by getting the best Monday and Tuesday showings. The last time we saw these numbers was mid-March with around 7.16M and 7.6M. As such, the film has officially crossed the $200M mark globally. It has been available internationally for eight days and five days domestically.
The film is keeping up the momentum as it faces new releases Space Jam: A New Legacy and Escape Room: Tournament of Champions in its second weekend. It also needs to be noted that Black Widow is only available in twelve international markets, and there aren’t any releases planned for others. China has been a big question mark as piracy is an issue due to its release on Disney+. Still, the film is performing great and showing the Box Office is slowly recovering.
Source: Deadline, Forbes, Box Office Pro