Last year, this blog published a post about how the last eight James Bond movies performed in number of tickets sold in the U.S. and Canada, 1995 to present.
Since that post ran, we now have the final figures for SPECTRE. No major changes in the conclusion. Bond movies during this period — featuring two different Bond actors, Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan — sold between 23 million and 27 million tickets each.
The one exception was Skyfall with Craig, which was much higher.
Here’s the information again, with one change. Before, we listed the movies sequentially. Here, they’re listed highest to lowest, along with the average ticket price during the year of release. The information is from the BOX OFFICE MOJO website.
Skyfall (2012): 37,842,000/average ticket price $7.96
Die Another Day (2002): 27,584,000/$5.81
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997): 26,911,200/$4.59
Casino Royale (2006): 25,428,700/$6.55
The World Is Not Enough (1999): 24,853,800/$5.08
GoldenEye (1995): 24,403,900/$4.35
Quantum of Solace (2008): 23,449,600/$7.18
SPECTRE (2015): 23,001,900/$8.43
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