'Oppenheimer' surpasses $900 million in global box office; Universal surpasses $4 billion worldwide in 2023

Oppenheimer, the latest film by Christopher Nolan, has surpassed the $900 million mark worldwide. The expected total through Friday is $903 million, 

which includes $586 million from overseas box office. With Saturday and Sunday figures, the global total is expected to reach $912 million. 

This will make it the highest-grossing biopic in history, surpassing Bohemian Rhapsody. Oppenheimer is anticipated to earn $10 million from 83 offshore markets this session,

bringing its total to $593 million as of Sunday. When measured in today's currency, it is the most successful Nolan picture of all time at the foreign box office.

The Universal release is already the third highest-grossing film of the year, trailing only Barbie and The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

Exceeding the nine-century milestone is an incredible achievement for a three-hour R-rated drama. This is Nolan's third-highest-grossing film worldwide, following The Dark Knight Rises and The Dark Knight.

Overseas, it is Nolan's second-highest grossing film, trailing only The Dark Knight Rises. Offshore, Oppenheimer has eclipsed Dunkirk as Nolan's highest-grossing film in 64 nations, including the United Kingdom.

The picture, directed by Cillian Murphy, stars Robert Downey Jr., Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Kenneth Branagh, Benny Safdie, Gary Oldman, and Jason Clarke, among many others.

It went live worldwide on July 19 and domestically on July 21. It has received a lot of attention since then. Last weekend, its ninth in release, experienced a 52% dip as summer came to a conclusion in several regions.

In its latest milestone, Christopher Nolan's film "Oppenheimer" has achieved an impressive feat, surpassing the $900 million mark at the global box office. 

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