Barbie’ Will Become Warner Bros. Highest-Grossing Movie Of All Time Monday, Company Says

Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig, will surpass Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 as Warner Bros.' highest-earning film ever on Monday,

the firm predicted, following Barbie's sixth consecutive weekend making more than $15 million.

Barbie's worldwide running total through Sunday was $1.34 billion, according to Warner Bros. figures, just slightly behind the final Harry Potter film's

worldwide total of $1.342 billion, indicating that the film will beat Harry Potter's record on Monday.

Barbie has generated the majority of its money internationally since its July 21 premiere, collecting about $593 million at the domestic box office and $747.6 million abroad, according to Warner Bros. figures.

superhero film or sequel; the film also earned Gerwig the title of highest-grossing female director of all-time at the domestic box office.

$7,750,000. According to BoxOfficeMojo, that is how much Barbie grossed on Sunday alone this past weekend. On Sunday, numerous theaters throughout the country agreed to sell $4 tickets

regardless of the film or showing time—in an effort to attract people to the movies. According to CNN, last year, tickets were only $3 at over 3,000 venues, and over 8 million people attended.

Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan's summer film and the other half of the "Barbenheimer" tandem, is also set to hit a significant milestone soon: the $800 million mark worldwide

According to BoxOfficeMojo, Oppenheimer earned well over $777 million through Sunday, with over $300 million of that coming from domestic sources. The picture grossed approximately $9 million throughout the weekend.

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