'John Wick: Chapter 4' Hits Another Box Office Milestone

‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ Hits Another Box Office Milestone

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Similar to its titular character, John Wick 4 charges ahead with unwavering momentum, overcoming obstacles in its path. After dominating theatres for almost a month, John Wick: Chapter 4 has surpassed the $350 million mark at the global box office, solidifying its position as the highest-grossing movie in the action franchise, surpassing John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum.

Currently, it stands as the fifth highest-grossing film of 2023 worldwide, outpacing Creed III, another March release. With a domestic gross of $160 million and an impressive $190 million from overseas territories, John Wick 4 has amassed a global haul of exactly $350 million.

In its fourth weekend of release, the film raked in a commendable $8 million, securing the third spot at the box office, only trailing behind The Super Mario Bros. Movie and The Pope’s Exorcist. Notably, the film has yet to open in Japan, further bolstering its potential for continued success.

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John Wick 4 made a thunderous arrival, shattering franchise opening records both domestically and globally. It earned an impressive $74 million in its domestic opening weekend, and despite a 62% drop in its second weekend, it has already surpassed the total lifetime earnings of its predecessors.

The first John Wick film, released nearly a decade ago in 2014, grossed $86 million worldwide against a reported budget of $20 million. John Wick: Chapter 2 earned $174 million globally against a budget of $40 million, and John Wick 3 finished with $327 million worldwide against a budget of $75 million. The only remaining box office record for John Wick 4 to break is the third film’s domestic haul of $171 million, which it is expected to surpass before the end of its theatrical run.


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