Fast X, the 10th installment in the Hollywood’s Fast and Furious franchise, is revving up to lead global box office charts. The movie is projected to open to $60 million or more in North America and at least $220 million at the international box office. Box office predictions suggest that Fast X is set to achieve an opening return of approximately $235 million internationally across 81 markets and a further $60 million domestically.
If the film lives up to these predictions, it would rank the third highest in global franchise openings, behind 2017’s The Fate of the Furious in second place with $1.2 billion. . With a total estimated gross of $295 million globally, Fast X will rank third in terms of the franchise’s biggest openings, behind Furious 7’s $397.7 million and The Fate of the Furious’ $541.9 million. In India, Fast X earned 13.00 Cr India net on its first day for all languages.
The film is releasing on Thursday as compared to the Friday release, which means, the night shows might not be as strong as they would be for a conventional release. A Friday release would have ensured a bigger start for Fast X, as Hollywood films usually have a better opening on Fridays.
Fast X collected 12.50 cr nett on day one despite Thursday release. Film jumped on day two and collected 13.75 cr nett. Film has 2 – day total of 26.25 cr nett and will cross 50 cr nett over 4- day weekend.
Below are the box office collections for the film:
Friday: 12.50 cr
Total: 26.25 cr Nett
Global Opening Of Fast X
The movie is projected to open to $60 million or more in North America and at least $220 million at the international box office. The film is expected to earn $300 million at the global box office in its opening weekend.
Film grossed 35.1M on its 2nd day overseas including WED Previews, for a 68.7M 2-day intl. cumulative over 65 markets added 7.5M US previews, a 76.2M Global cumulative.
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Fast X‘s opening weekend projections are promising for Universal, given that the last entry into the franchise, 2021’s F9: The Fast Saga stalled at $719 million worldwide. Overall, Fast X is expected to perform well at the box office and could potentially become one of the highest-performing debuts for the franchise.
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