Top Gun: Maverick reaches $600M Overseas & $1.2B Global

The phenomenon that is Top Gun: Maverick continues its breathtaking run as the Tom Cruise-starrer has surpassed the $600M mark at the international box office. This comes just days after it flew by $600M domestically. Now heading into its 8th weekend of global release, the Paramount/Skydance stunner has buzzed past 1.2B through Thursday worldwide.

The Joseph Kosinski-directed sequel is currently sitting at $602.5M from 65 offshore markets and $606M from North America, tallying up to $1,208.5M globally through yesterday.

With these numbers, Top Gun: Maverick has become Paramount Pictures’ highest-grossing film ever globally, surpassing Transformers: Age Of Extinction. Internationally, it is the No. 3 Paramount title ever.

To recap, it took just 31 days for Maverick to get to $1B global; only the second movie of the pandemic era to reach such rarefied air — and Cruise’s first time to the milestone in a career that has spanned 40 years.

This week, as Anthony reported, the film’s first-run release topped Titanic‘s first-run domestically. It is the 12th movie in domestic box office history to cross the $600M threshold.

The top offshore markets through Thursday are the UK ($88.8M), Japan ($65.4M), Australia ($55.9M), France ($46M) and Korea ($41.4M).

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