SPECTRE is projected to finally pass the $200 million mark in the U.S. and Canada by the end of today, ACCORDING TO BOX OFFICE MOJO.
The website,which tracks box office performance, estimates the 24th James Bond film will finish the March 18-20 weekend with a cumulative total in the region of $200,002,111.
The movie’s estimated weekend total is $35,000 at just nine theaters, according to a Box Office Mojo chart.
SPECTRE has been in release for 136 days. That’s longer than its predecessor, Skyfall, which generated $304.4 million in U.S.-Canadian box office in 2012-13.
SPECTRE’s estimated worldwide total is $880.5 million.
UPDATE: At midday Saturday, Box Office Mojo listed SPECTRE’s U.S. box office as $3,000 for Friday, March 18. Today, IN THIS CHART, the website has an estimate of $12,000 for March 18, $17,000 for March 19 and $6,000 for today. Those figures are subject to revision on Monday, when final figures for the weekend are due out.