Fast and Furious has always been a successful franchise and the eight part of the film was no less.
The eighth installment of "Fast and the Furious" is showing zero signs of holding up at the global box office as F Gary Gray's directorial raced to an earth-shattering 532 million Dollars global debut over Easter weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Fate of the Furious continues to outpace Star Wars: The Force Awakens \/em in terms of the earnings speed; by this time in that film\u0027s release, domestic earnings were $98.78 million and worldwide earnings were $529 million.
"Furious 8" also saw the advantage of the biggest three-day bow in history and the top opening ever for a Hollywood title by opening to a massive 192.1 million United States dollars and debuted at No. 1 in all 63 foreign markets. Overall, the film debuted at No. 1 in all 63 foreign markets. It\u0027s domestic total now stands at $107.3 million, with a whopping $500 million in additional earnings, overseas. "There are factors from one film to the next that make them unique and certainly there were unique factors with Furious 7". The recently released film of the hit franchise did not release on E-digital theatres like the last one. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures,"While we rejoice over ₹ 100 cr, ₹ 200 cr, ₹ 300 cr, #Furious8 collects $ 188.85 million in its long wknd in China".
The studio has not released an official production budget, but it is reported to be in the pricey $250 million range.
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Holdovers populated the rest of the top five at the box office, with "The Boss Baby" in second with $16 million and "Beauty and the Beast" in third place with $13.7 million.
Before "The Fate of the Furious" was released, the series had already generated $3.9 billion globally, according to Box Office Mojo. Its previous installment Furious 7 holds the record of highest grossing Hollywood film in India, only surpassed by The Jungle Book (2016) that collected Rs 180 crore.