News

"Super Mario Bros" has crossed the USD 1 billion mark

We're ruling the world
We're ruling the world

2 May – "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" has now joined the USD 1 billion box office club.

The Illumination and Universal's animation based on the Nintendo video game added USD 68.3 million in its overseas market last week through Sunday, bringing an estimated total of a worldwide box office of USD 1.022 billion.

The movie, which has Chris Pratt voicing Mario, is now the tenth animated film in history to cross the USD 1 billion mark. Other features that reached that height include "Toy Story" 3 and 4, both "Frozen" movies, as well as another Illumination animated feature, "Minions".

I can see a pot of gold beyond the rainbow
I can see a pot of gold beyond the rainbow
Mario joins the ranks with Anna and Elsa, and Olaf
Mario joins the ranks with Anna and Elsa, and Olaf

It now ranks as Universal's seventh biggest film of all time, surpassing that of "Jurassic World Dominion" and "Despicable Me".

On the other hand, "Evil Dead Rise" has now made USD 86.5 million at the box office in its second weekend.


"Evil Dead Rise" is doing well in its second weekend



Related Movies:
The Super Mario Bros. Movie (06 Apr 2023)
Evil Dead Rise (20 Apr 2023)
Frozen 2 (21 Nov 2019)
Frozen (19 Aug 2010)
TOY STORY 3 (17 Jun 2010)
Toy Story 4 (20 Jun 2019)

Dailymotion article page COSG


Related Links:
Showtimes