Barbie : the biggest movie of 2023


Friends, Barbie is the biggest movie of 2023, Barbie movie has made a record-breaking collection in just 3 weeks, which is $ 1 billion and has also broken the record of all the movies made in female direction, which was earlier “Wonder Woman.” The director was with Patty Jenkins.

Barbie : the biggest movie of 2023

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Margot Robbie as Barbie

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Three week collection of Barbie movie 2023

Greta Gerwig’s masterful direction and collaborative writing skills propelled the movie to rake in an impressive $53 million over the weekend, drawing audiences from 4,178 North American venues. According to reliable studio estimates released on Sunday, the Margot Robbie-starring and produced film has maintained its triumphant grip on the top spot ever since its debut on July 21.

In the annals of modern box-office history, a mere 53 cinematic marvels have achieved the prestigious feat of crossing the $1 billion mark, without factoring in the influence of inflation. Amidst this elite league, “Barbie” emerges triumphantly as the latest champion directed by a woman, dethroning the erstwhile record holder, “Wonder Woman,” with its impressive global haul of $821.8 million.

Comparison of Barbie movie with other movies

Surpassing even this, three films jointly helmed by talented women maintain their lead over “Barbie,” with “Frozen” ($1.3 billion) and its sequel “Frozen 2” ($1.45 billion), both masterfully co-directed by the visionary Jennifer Lee, and “Captain Marvel” ($1.1 billion), a dynamic collaboration with Anna Boden at the helm. A remarkable twist, however, unfolds on the domestic front, where “Barbie” prevails over “Captain Marvel,” amassing $459.4 million compared to the latter’s $426.8 million.

This weekend saw some fierce competition at the box office with the animated, family-friendly “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” and the thrilling sequel “Meg 2: The Trench” vying for the coveted second-place spot. Despite facing critical backlash, “Meg 2” managed to swim past its competitors and secure a solid $30 million opening weekend from 3,503 theaters. The movie, directed by Ben Wheatley, may have received a lukewarm 29% on Rotten Tomatoes, but it still earned a B- CinemaScore from audiences. Notably, the 3D release contributed significantly, accounting for 22% of its successful first weekend performance.

Securing the third spot is the impressive film “Oppenheimer,” generating a robust $28.7 million across 3,612 North American theaters. This boosts its domestic collection to a noteworthy $228.6 million. Remarkably, within a mere three weeks, the riveting J. Robert Oppenheimer biopic starring the talented Cillian Murphy has achieved the prestigious title of the highest-grossing R-rated movie of the year, surpassing even the formidable “John Wick Chapter 4.” Additionally, it clinches the sixth position in the year’s overall box office rankings, overtaking the likes of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantomania.”

An additional feat worth celebrating is “Oppenheimer” sprinting past the $500 million global earnings milestone in just three weeks. The film’s worldwide earnings now stand at an impressive $552.9 million, dethroning even Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk,” which earned $527 million in 2017 and now holds the fifth spot in Nolan’s most successful films. With this remarkable performance, “Oppenheimer” cements its position among the top four highest-grossing biographical films, joining the ranks of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Passion of the Christ,” and “American Sniper.” Notably, it also reigns supreme as the most successful World War II movie in cinematic history.”


no doubt that barbie is biggest movie of summer 2023. this movie is having capability to break al records with its powerful contain and visualizations this movie will, and will continue to entertain audiences like this.

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