SPECTRE finally passes M:I in U.S.-Canada box office

SPECTRE teaser poster

SPECTRE teaser poster

SPECTRE on Dec. 23 finally passed Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation in U.S.-Canada box office, making as the 24th James Bond film the highest-grossing 2015 spy film in the region.

SPECTRE had estimated box office of $385,000 in the region on Dec. 23, ACCORDING TO BOX OFFICE MOJO. That put SPECTRE’s total U.S.-Canada box office at an estimated $195,059,955, edging past M:I Rogue Nation’s $195,042,377. SPECTRE now is No. 10 for the U.S. and Canada among all films for 2015.

SPECTRE had passed the fifth Tom Cruise M:I movie some time ago globally. The Bond film is at No. 6 worldwide at about $838 million as of today while M:I Rogue Nation is No. 8 at $682.3 million, according to BOX OFFICE MOJO.

SPECTRE is winding down its U.S. theatrical run. It was on more than 1,000 screens this past week. That figure will go down on Christmas Day, when a number of new movies open.

SPECTRE has sold an estimated 22.7 million tickets in the U.S. and Canada. It trails Quantum of Solace’s estimated 23.5 million.

2012’s Skyfall’s worldwide box office was $1.11 billion. That included $304.4 million in the U.S. and Canada, where an estimated 37.8 million tickets were sold.

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