Quick X Races Off to $67.5 Million Domestically and $318.88 Million Globally In Its Opening Weekend
Quick X had the franchise’s seventh-best opening weekend in North Ameri
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Fast X, according to Comscore and Box Office Mojo, made considerably more money overseas with ticket sales totaling $251.38 million, surpassing both The Super Mario Bros. Film and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 to become the year’s top global debut. Fast X’s current global gross of $318.88 million merely matches The Super Mario Bros. Film’s $368 million global debut for the winner of 2023 up to this point.
Fast X was unable to surpass the first weekends of F9: The Fast Saga ($70 million), Fast & Furious ($70 million), Fast Five ($86 million), Fast & Furious 6 ($97 million), The Fate of the Furious ($98 million), or Furious 7 ($147 million) in terms of its North American release.
“An underwhelming lead-up to the series ending, Fast X’s only truly redeeming quality is Jason Momoa’s bonkers efficiency as the bad guy,” we wrote in our review of the film.
In its third weekend of release, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 finished in second place, bringing in an additional $31.98 million domestically. As of right now, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has earned $659.1 million worldwide and $266.52 million in North America.
With a domestic total of $9.8 million during its seventh weekend in theatres, The Super Mario Bros. Film—which is now easily accessible digitally—took third place. The worldwide gross for the Super Mario Bros. movie has increased to $1.24 billion from North America’s $549.29 million.
Schedule Club: Evil Dead Rise finished the top 5 with $2.37 million, and The Next Chapter grabbed position #4 with $3 million.
Check out our explanations of Fast X’s ending, the post-credits scene, and Fast 11 questions, as well as our summaries of every important Fast & Furious character you need to know about for more information.