‘Dune: Part Two’ Surpasses ‘Oppenheimer’ in Impressive Box Office Debut

News Desk4 months ago

The extraterrestrial follow-up from director Denis Villeneuve has brought in $97 million from 71 foreign countries, bringing its total earnings to a healthy $178.5 million. In contrast, the worldwide premiere of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer brought in $174 million.

This outstanding accomplishment confirms Chalamet’s position as a box office titan and serves as a testament to the enormous appeal of the Dune series.

Due to strikes by performers and writers, Dune’s November release date was postponed. The film is now scheduled for release in March. Lionsgate’s Imaginary, Universal Pictures’ Kung Fu Panda 4, Rayman’s Big Movie from Universal, and Cabrini from Angel Studios are among the films that will debut on Friday.

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This is a comparative analysis of Dune: Part 2 and Oppenheimer, a masterwork by Christopher Nolan. The “just launched” was able to earn about $81 million from local sales and an additional $97 million from over 70 other markets, for a total opening of $178 million worldwide. On the other hand, Cillian Murphy’s film made $174 million on its worldwide premiere.

Speaking of the Dune box set. By the time the first installment’s theatrical run came to an end in 2021, it had earned little over $100 million domestically and $400 million worldwide.

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