'Top Gun: Maverick' overtakes 'Titanic' as 7th highest grossing film in the US

In July, ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ had already exceeded ‘Titanic‘ the most profitable film in the Paramount Pictures in the US and Canada.

Now, the sequel starring Tom Cruise took the competitor’s place as the 7th highest grossing in North American history, with US$ 662.5 million.

The drama directed by James Cameron did US$ 600.7 million domestically when it was launched in 1998.

Furthermore, ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ is a few steps away from overtaking ‘Avengers: Infinity War‘, which currently has the 6th highest grossing domestically, with US$ 678 million.

The list of the top five domestic releases of all time features ‘Black Panther’ (US$700 million), ‘avatar‘ ($760 million), ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ ($804 million), ‘Avengers: Endgame‘ ($853 million) and ‘Star Wars The Force Awakens‘ ($936 million).

In the world ranking, there is still a long way to go to ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ get to the feet of’Titanic’.

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Remembering that the classic that tells the love story between Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) holds the record as the 3rd highest grossing film worldwide, with US$ 2.2 billion.

In the first position comes ‘avatar‘, also from Cameronwith US$ 2.8 billion. Second place went to ‘Avengers: Endgame‘ ($2.7 billion).

At the international box office, ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ already done $1.3 billion.

It is worth remembering that the feature also represents the biggest collection – domestic, international and global – of the star’s career. Tom Cruise.

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The new production features Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (cruise) faced with one of the most difficult challenges of his 30 years of service: he is selected to train a team of TOP GUN graduates in a mission no pilot alive has ever taken part in.

Directed by Kosinski and with script Christopher McQuarrie and Peter Craigthe movie star Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, Jennifer Connelly, Glen Powell, Monica Barbaro, Thomas McKenzie, Charles Parnell, Jay Ellis, Bashir Salahuddin, Danny Ramirez, Jon Hamm and Ed Harris.

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