April 11, 2021
Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Entertainment’s monster sequel Godzilla vs. Kong continued its pandemic haul, generating an estimated $13.3 million at more than 3,000 U.S. theaters through April 11, bringing its box office tally to $69 million domestically, $350 million worldwide. Notably, the domestic revenue comes as the movie is concurrently available to subscribers on HBO Max for 31 days.
The global tally is rapidly approaching Warner’s Tenet, which tracked more than $363 million in global ticket sales.
“We’re thrilled that Godzilla vs. Kong is bringing audiences back into theaters where they are open around the world, and also delivering for our HBO Max subscribers in their homes here in the U.S.,” Toby Emmerich, chairman of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, said in a statement. “It’s truly a pleasure for all of us at Warner Bros. and HBO Max to be able to thank and congratulate Adam, Legendary and the entire GvK team on the great results for this terrific movie.”
Other top 10 theatrical titles included Universal Pictures’ Nobody with $2.65 million ($15.6 million) at 2,400 theaters ; Sony Pictures’ The Unholy with $2.4 million ($6.7 million) at 1,850 theaters; Disney/Pixar’s Raya and the Last Dragon with $2.14 million ($35.2 million) at 1,941 theaters; Lionsgate’s Voyagers with $1.35 million; Warner’s Tom & Jerry with $1.11 million ($41.1 million) at 1,826 theaters; Atlas Distribution’s The Girl Who Believes in Miracles with $597,000/$1.3 million; The Courier (RSA) with $436,500 ($4.9 million) at 1,007 theaters; Vakeel Saab with $411,500; Lionsgate’s Chaos Walking with $265,000 ($12.67 million).