Thor 4 : Love and Thunder, a Marvel film from Disney, has rumbled to $302 million at the worldwide box office, due to a stronger-than-anticipated $159 million foreign debut.
Marvel’s stand-alone tales about Chris Hemsworth’s God of Thunder have had a franchise-best start in terms of overall ticket sales. In addition, it ranked behind “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and “Jurassic World Dominion” as the second-best opening weekend of the year and the third-biggest launch in pandemic times.
With the exception of France, China, and Russia, the fourth solo “Thor” movie is currently screening in 47 regions abroad. “Thor: Love and Thunder” ranks as the 11th largest global premiere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in like-for-like regions, surpassing “Thor: Ragnarok” by 19%, “Thor: The Dark World” by 75%, and “Thor,” the MCU’s first dive into Asgardian culture, by 156%.
The strongest opening for “Thor 4” outside of North America came from Korea with $15.3 million, followed by the United Kingdom with $14.8 million. With $13.8 million, the quirky, surreal action-comedy had a particularly promising opening in Australia, Hemsworth’s own country and where the picture was filmed. Brazil ($10.3 million), Mexico ($11.8 million), and India are some of the other top-earning nations. ($8 million).
The use of premium formats, such as Imax and 3D, significantly increased ticket sales, accounting for 36% of global revenues.atn thor 4 Sales of 3D tickets were particularly high abroad in Argentina (48%) and Brazil (33 percent ).thor 4 trailer
In “Love and Thunder,” directed by Taika Waititi once more, Chris Hemsworth’s Norse deity hooks up with Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman, who is now the Mighty Thor and wields her own hammer. They set out on a quest to stop the intergalactic bad guy Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale), who is determined to carry out his scheme to rid the world of all things heavenly. “Love and Thunder” has a 68 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a “B+” CinemaScore. However, audiences and critics were more responsive to the eccentric “Ragnarok.”