Spectre earns $73 million in North America: nearly beats Skyfall’s numbers

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Spectre breathed life into the North American box office this weekend, earning a whopping $73 million. The 24th Bond entry edged close, but failed to beat Skyfall‘s opening numbers, which remains 007’s top domestic debut with $88.4 million.

Daniel Craig’s final outing scored an “A-” on Cinemascore; so it’s clear that audiences are enjoying it.

Spectre – budgeted at $250 million (plus marketing costs) – has earned an impressive $300 million world-wide since it’s release. However, the film will need to gross $650 million in order to see a profit, or, according to THR, an elusive $900 million. Sam Mendes’ Skyfall is the only James Bond movie to break the $1 Billion mark – let’s see if they can do it again…

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About Nicholas Olsen

Nicholas Olsen is a journalist operating out of Toronto, Ontario. He has held a passion for movies ever since his father showed him Pulp Fiction back in the late 90s. Since then he's been devouring films whenever he can, using his background in writing to appreciate the arts on a critical level.

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