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With $1.658 million domestic on Monday, Captain Marvel has now earned $355.6 million in North America. Coupling that with its current $638.6 million overseas cume, and with the presumption that it earned around $3 million overseas (it has consistently doubled its day-to-day grosses overseas almost from the start), we’re looking at a new global cume of around $997.2 million. That means, barring a fluke, the film will cross the $1 billion mark sometime today. Or, at worst, it’ll do so tomorrow at 12:02 am. Either way, it took about a month of global box office for Marvel to snag its seventh $1 billion-plus grosser. [As reported by Forbes]

Variety reported,

"Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” is expected to fly past $500 million at the worldwide box office on Tuesday.

The blockbuster has taken in $164.3 million in its first four days, along with $325.6 million in its first six days in international markets. China is the biggest foreign market with $95 million, followed by South Korea with $25.3 million, the U.K. with $18.1 million, Brazil with $14.7 million, and Mexico with $13.7 million.

Disney also said the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 21 titles have topped a cumulative $18 billion at the worldwide box office to date. “Captain Marvel’s” $455 million global opening weekend was the sixth-highest launch of all time. “Captain Marvel” posted the 18th-biggest domestic debut ever, since “Incredibles 2” launched with $182 million in June. It performed well above studio projections, which had pegged the film at $125 million."

NEWS from the management division

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