‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Zooms Past $1.1 Billion at Global Box Office

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The film earned an additional $37million overseas.

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Paramount's Top Gun: Maverick has seen a meteoric rise in international box office sales, in addition to the small drop at domestic box offices.

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In its sixth weekend, the film earned $37 million more from 65 territories overseas. This brings its international total to $544.5 Million.

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Domestically, the film is expected make $34million over the extended Fourth of Jul weekend, bringing its total to $572 million.

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This means that Maverick has passed the $1.1 billion mark worldwide as we speak.

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It dropped by just 9% compared to the previous weekend domestically and by 16% international.

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South Korea was the film's best-performing overseas market, with a jump of 1% in its debut week there.

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Paramount understood the importance of this market and sent star Tom Cruise on a public relations tour to Korea, despite it being delayed.

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Maverick's current running total in Korea amounts to $27.5 million.

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Weekend-on-weekend jumps were also seen in Australia, Japan, and Saudi Arabia. In those three territories, the film made $3.9 million, $3.6million, and $1.3million respectively.

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Maverick currently has the largest overseas markets: Australia ($51million), Japan ($57million), Australia ($51million), and France ($42million).

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The film grossed more than $25 million in Germany and almost $20 million each in Italy and Brazil.

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Cruise celebrates his 60th birthday today. Surprisingly, despite having enjoyed such a distinguished career, it seems that Cruise is peaking now.

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Maverick is his most successful film, both domestically and internationally.

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It's the year's most important film in every aspect and sets the stage to the next two years of Cruise's career which will see back-to-back Mission: Impossible films.

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