Furious 7 First weekend Collection worldwide
Furious 7 First weekend Global Box Office Collection: The Furious 7 movie opened to with a Fast & Furious series franchise-best $384 million over the weekend at the box office, the film collected $143.6 million domestically and became the biggest opener since The Hunger Games: Catching Fire releasd in November 2013 ($158 million).
Furious 7, the highest-grossing movie of 2015 till now, is the latest over-the-top, explosion-filled, car-centric installment in the Fast and Furious franchise.The film was very impresive and global collection was the fourth-best of all time. The “Fast and Furious” films have become one of the biggest action franchises movies in Hollywood and thanks to its ridiculous mixture of high-speed car chases and heart-pounding stunts.
Furious 7 First weekend Collection worldwide: $383.4 million Nett
Furious 7 First weekend Overseas Collection
Furious 7 First weekend Overseas Box Office Collection: Furious 7 opened to $240.4 million, the film was at No. 3 foreign opening of all time. The movie was best and delivered huge results in Latin America, Europe and Asia (Mexico led with $20.8 million, followed by the U.K. with $19 million). In 26 countries, the film break all previous records by, including Mexico and Taiwan ($10.3 million). The desire to see Walker one last time no doubt contributed greatly to Furious 7’s stunning lead performance. Universal intended to open the seventh installment on July 11, 2014, but production was halted in November 2013 when Walker died in a tragic car crash during a Thanksgiving hiatus and then it released in this april 2015.
Furious 7 First weekend Overseas Box Office Collection: $240.4 million Nett