SPECTRE approaches $876M global box office

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At this stage, it’s only a matter of details but there are a few fans still following SPECTRE at the box office.

The global box office is approaching $876 million (an estimated $875,724,613), through Sunday, according to BOX OFFICE MOJO.

The U.S.-Canadian box office is an estimated $198.9 million, according to information compiled by the website. That follows an estimated $265,000 for the Jan. 15-17 weekend.

The 24th James Bond movie will be available for digital download on Friday and on Blu Ray and DVD on Feb. 9.

 

SPECTRE global box offices passes $872 million

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SPECTRE’s global box office is at an estimated $872.1 million, according to BOX OFFICE MOJO.

The 24th James Bond film also is at an estimated $198.5 million in the U.S. and Canada after an estimated $405,000 during the Jan. 8-10 weekend.

It was announced this week on the OFFICIAL JAMES BOND WEBSITE that SPECTRE will be available on digital download on Jan. 22 and on Blu Ray and DVD on Feb. 9.

 

SPECTRE nears $865M globally, $198M in U.S.-Canada

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SPECTRE is projected to finish the New Year’s weekend near the $865 million mark globally and $198 million in the U.S. and Canada, according to THE BOX OFFICE MOJO WEBSITE.

The 24th James Bond film is No. 6 worldwide and No. 10 in the U.S. and Canada among 2015-released films, according to the website, which tracks movie box office information. SPECTRE had estimated ticket sales of $725,000 in the U.S. and Canada for the Jan. 1-3 weekend.

Unadjusted for inflation, SPECTRE is the No. 2 box office 007 film behind 2012’s Skyfall at $1.11 billion globally and $304.4 million in the U.S. and Canada.

SPECTRE at $850 million worldwide box office

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SPECTRE’s global box office now totals about $850 million, according to BOX OFFICE MOJO.

Unadjusted for inflation, SPECTRE is the No. 2 007 film in wordwide box office. In the last weekend of 2012, Skyfall crossed the $1 billion mark en route to a $1.11 billion result.

SPECTRE’s run in the U.S. and Canada is winding down. According to Box Office Mojo,  the 24th James Bond film’s box office in the region is projected to total $865,000 for the Dec. 25-27 weekend. SPECTRE was being shown on 372 screens in the U.S. and Canada, 853 fewer than the previous week. The movie’s total box office for the region is projected at $196.2 million.

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

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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.

Believe it or not, some people saw SPECTRE this weekend

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SPECTRE teaser poster

Well, some hard-core James Bond fans saw SPECTRE this weekend as movie theaters were consumed by a tsunami of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

The 24th James Bond film was No. 12 in the U.S. and Canada with an estimated $1.445 million in ticket sales, ACCORDING TO BOX OFFICE MOJO.

The movie’s screen total was cut by more than half in the region. SPECTRE was available on 1,225 screens for the Dec. 18-20 weekend, 1,439 fewer than the Dec. 11-13 weekend.

The big news in theaters, of course, was the seventh Star Wars film, the first in the series since 2005. Its estimated U.S.-Canada box office was $238 million, a record-shattering performance. The previous record holder was this year’s Jurassic World at $208.8 million.

With its overseas take, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is more than halfway to a billion dollars at $517 million.

Meanwhile, SPECTRE’s global figure is now at $824 million and its U.S.-Canada figure is an estimated $193.9 million as its run in theaters winds down. On an unadjusted basis, SPECTRE is the No. 2 007 film behind Skyfall’s $1.11 billion.

UPDATE: Later on Sunday, Box Office Mojo updated SPECTRE’s worldwide box office to date to $836 million.

SPECTRE passes $820M globally, $190M in U.S.-Canada

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SPECTRE’s box office has passed the $820 million globally and $190 million in the U.S. and Canada, ACCORDING TO BOX OFFICE MOJO.

The 24th James Bond film is No. 6 in the U.S. and Canada in its sixth weekend of release with an estimated $4 million, Box Office Mojo said Sunday. Its estimated total U.S.-Canada box office is $190.8 million while its estimated global total is $820.6 million.

SPECTRE is the No. 1 spy movie and No. 6 overall globally. The 007 movie is No. 10 for the year in the U.S. and Canada. For the moment, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is the No. 1 spy movie and ninth overall in the U.S. and Canada at $195 million.

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