“Barbenheimer” Breaks Limits, Brings In a “Whopping” $1 Billion in Just 10 Days

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By Iron Man

“Barbenheimer,” uniting Greta Gerwig’s Barbie and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, smashes global box office records with $1 Billions in 10 days.

“Barbenheimer” has taken the world by storm, propelling Greta Gerwig’s Barbie and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer to unprecedented heights at the global box office. This unlikely pairing has shattered records, amassing over $1 billion in just 10 days. The captivating and contrasting narratives of Barbie and Oppenheimer have captured the hearts of audiences worldwide, securing their place as significant players in the cinematic landscape.

Barbie Reigns Supreme at the Global Box Office

Greta Gerwig’s Barbie has emerged as the frontrunner, dominating the global box office with an astounding $774 million in earnings. Achieving this feat in just nine days, the film is poised to become only the second release of the year to surpass the coveted $1 billion mark. Barbie’s unyielding popularity was evident during its second weekend in theaters, amassing an impressive $93 million in ticket sales domestically. Overseas markets also embraced the film, contributing an additional $423 million to its worldwide earnings.

Oppenheimer’s Exceptional Performance

Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, a biographical drama delving into the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the “father of the atomic bomb,” has showcased remarkable success. Crossing the $400 million mark worldwide, the film stands as one of the year’s top Hollywood earners. Despite occupying the second spot in the double bill, Oppenheimer’s compelling three-hour narrative has drawn audiences seeking thought-provoking content. It earned $174 million domestically and an impressive $226 million from international markets, solidifying its place among this year’s blockbuster hits.

A Strong Second Weekend

Barbenheimer Global Box Office Soars Past $1 Billions

Both Barbie and Oppenheimer maintained their momentum into the second weekend. Barbie’s second-weekend haul of $93 million domestically and an additional $72 million internationally indicates the enduring appeal of the film. Meanwhile, Oppenheimer’s second-weekend performance of $46 million domestically and $72 million internationally for an R-rated film showcases the widespread admiration for Nolan’s masterful storytelling. The lasting impact of this double bill continues to captivate moviegoers and resonate in the global film landscape.