On Monday, Disney and Marvel’s Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness surpassed $200 million domestically. On Tuesday, the film’s worldwide total is about to soar beyond the $500 million milestones. It is also close to reaching $300 million at the box office worldwide, and it is almost sure that it will hit that milestone today.
The Benedict Cumberbatch/Elizabeth Olsen-starring film has racked up $507.8 million worldwide as of yesterday. Out of that, $294.2 million comes from 49 different international markets, while the local market currently accounts for $213.6 million.
On Monday, the sequel helmed by Sam Raimi brought in $15.7 million overseas, and on Tuesday, it added another $16.1 million. Monday and Tuesday, including domestic, were roughly flat globally for The Sorcerer and the Scarlet Witch. Monday’s total global revenue was $29 million, while yesterday’s was $28.7 million.
After a $449.4M weekend premiere ($262.4M overseas/$187M domestic), the movie was destined to cross the $500 million worldwide milestone. In the pandemic era, it was the second-biggest international opening for a Hollywood film, and the fourth-biggest for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Internationally, Multiverse Of Madness‘s opening weekend was just 17% behind that of Spider-Man: No Way Home, while being 126% higher than The Batman and 160% higher than the first Doctor Strange film.