Fast and Furious Box Office Collection, Day 4 reports are here, and this Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel starrer has raked in Rs.11.5 Crore.
Fortune also reported that The Fate of the Furious' global record opening is better than the domestic numbers, revealing that worldwide movie market has a significant impact most especially to countries like China. Apparently, there was nothing to worry about as The Fate of the Furious now holds the record for a Hollywood opening and is in the number two spot for all-time Chinese movie openings. On the heels of 2015's "Furious 7", one of the fastest movies to reach $1 billion worldwide and the sixth-biggest global title in box-office history, comes the newest chapter in one of the most popular and enduring motion-picture serials of all time. And while the Star Wars movie brought in more than double what "The Fate" did domestically in its first weekend, it's overseas opening was was more in line with its sales at home.
However, the film's USA takings were down sharply on the previous movie.
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The Fate Of The Furious has raced to the top of the North American box office in its opening weekend (14-16Apr17).
Exhibitor Relations said the latest chapter in Universal Studio's "Fast and Furious" series accounted for almost two-thirds of North American revenues over the three-day Easter weekend, leaving previous frontrunner "The Boss Baby, ' a Fox/DreamWorks animation, in its dust with just $15.5 million in sales".
One of the fundamental institutions of the film series "Fast and the Furious" is that they act as a family and that they would do anything for each other. Clearly, the eight film franchise is doing something right.
Furious 8 made a whopping $532.5 million business globally over the Easter weekend. He died in a vehicle crash while the film was still in production. "I think some things may be blown out of proportion", he told USA Today. Calmer heads have prevailed, as sources claim they're "good" and are "1000%" committed to filming the ninth installment in the Furious franchise.