Mission: Impossible – Fallout released in several international markets, including India, on July 27. The Tom Cruise starrer has been raving about stunts that make it better than the previous Mission: Impossible movies.
With good reviews in its pocket and the perfect hype, Mission: Impossible 6 has opened on an amazing note at the US box office. The film has already surpassed the opening box office collection of its previous movies and the predicted opening weekend collections could surpass the lifetime collections of a few of the franchise's previous movies.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout has already earned $6 million via the previews on Thursday night, Forbes reports. This has been the highest grossing preview collection for Mission: Impossible movies. Rogue Nation recorded a $4 million collection through Thursday previews, $20 million on opening day and ended its first weekend with a collection of $55.5 million.
If the 2018 Tom Cruise movie continues to keep its strong pace going, Variety reports that MI6 could record $60 million opening by the end of this weekend. This will make Fallout the highest opening Mission: Impossible movie yet.
The current title is held by Mission: Impossible 2, released in 2000. The movie recorded $57.8 million opening weekend collection.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout global box office collection:
The Christopher McQuarrie directorial released in 36 foreign markets and it has launched on a good note, The Hollywood Reporter says. The film will add an approximate of $130 million-plus global collection to its worldwide box office collection by the end of the first weekend.
It has already earned $11.1 million through its foreign markets via Thursday previews and the first day collections, THR reports. This excludes the China box office.
The movie is yet to release in China. Mission: Impossible has procured the August 31 release date in the Chinese market.