Oppenheimer Continues Strong Box Office Run, Crosses $77 Million in the USA
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Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer is continuing to perform well at the box office, crossing $77 million in the USA after two days of release. The film, which stars Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientist who led the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb, has been praised by critics for its ambitious scope and technical achievements.
Oppenheimer opened on 3,600 screens in the USA on July 21, and took in an estimated $19.4 million on its first day. It then went on to earn an additional $17.4 million on its second day, for a total of $36.8 million.
The film’s domestic box office performance is particularly impressive given that it is competing against another major release, Barbie, starring Margot Robbie. Barbie opened on the same day as Oppenheimer and has so far grossed $22.3 million in the USA.
Oppenheimer’s international box office performance has also been strong, with the film taking in an estimated $39.7 million from 60 markets. This brings the film’s worldwide total to $76.5 million.
Oppenheimer is expected to continue to perform well at the box office in the coming weeks, and it is possible that the film could cross the $100 million mark domestically. The film’s strong performance is a testament to Nolan’s ability to attract audiences with his ambitious and visually stunning films.
Here is a breakdown of Oppenheimer’s box office performance so far:
- Domestic: $36.8 million
- International: $39.7 million
- Worldwide: $76.5 million
Oppenheimer is still in its early stages of release, so it remains to be seen how well the film will perform in the long run. However, the film’s strong start is a promising sign for Nolan and his team.
Oppenheimer explores the life and personality of the American theoretical physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, best known for his contribution towards creating the atomic bomb.
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