The initial box office for Top Gun: Maverick from Paramount Pictures has eclipsed that of Titanic by $601.919M to $600.788M.
Top Gun: Maverick surpasses that milestone in domestic box office history for the 12th time and does so in just 47 days. Avengers: Endgame from 2019 is the fastest-grossing movie to reach $600M in ten days. Spider-Man: No Way Home passed the six-hundred milestone among pandemic fare in just 17 days.
With its re-release grosses, Titanic now has a total cume of $659.3M, making it the biggest earning domestic film in the studio’s 110-year history.
Following Paramount Pictures’ dominance of the box office in the first half of 2022, this most recent achievement occurred. With almost 24 percent of the market share and approximately $1.04 billion in total revenue so far this year, the studio has won the domestic box office competition, having its best year since 2014.
In sum, Top Gun: Maverick has now made $1.1975 billion worldwide while still playing in theaters, with $601.919 million in domestic box office profits and $595.6 million in foreign box office receipts. According to prior reports, the sequel is Tom Cruise’s, co-financier Skydance’s, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer’s biggest grossing film.
Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Skydance, and Paramount Pictures are the producers of Top Gun: Maverick. The movie, which was directed by Joseph Kosinski and features Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Ed Harris, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly, and Val Kilmer, was based on characters developed by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr. and was written by Ehren Kruger, Christopher McQuarrie, Eric Warren Singer, and Peter Craig.