Only six movies have ever surpassed the $700 million domestic box office barrier in North America, and Top Gun: Maverick is one of them.
The movie regained the top spot at the box office over the Labor Day weekend, grossing $7.9 million more from Friday to Monday to exceed $701 million in ticket sales.
According to Paramount, only one film has ever topped the US box office for both the Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays: that is "Maverick."
Gun 2" has performed noticeably better than "Black Panther" on a global and international scale.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell's most recent expedition earned $740 million internationally and $1.44 billion globally, while T' Challa's super-heroic trip came to a conclusion with 674 million internationally and $1.347 billion globally.
The sequel to the iconic 1986 film “Top Gun”, which starred Tom Cruise as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, is titled “Top Gun: Maverick.” Filmmaker Joseph Kosinski, known for producing the 2010 science fiction movie “Tron: Legacy,” is in charge of the most recent entry in the “Top Gun” franchise.
In terms of domestic box office receipts, “: Maverick” has also surpassed Michael Bay’s “Transformer: Age of Extinction” and James Cameron’s “Titanic.”
Tom Cruise fans eagerly anticipate the actor’s forthcoming movies, including “Mission Impossible 7” and “Mission Impossible 8,” which are anticipated to be released in theatres in 2023 and 2024, respectively, even as the movie continues to fascinate the audience.