Despite taking a hit from "Barbenheimer" this weekend, Paramount's Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One nevertheless broke a major record at the worldwide box office.
After only a little over two weeks in theaters, the film has already made back its enormous production budget and then some.
Even though it had a rough release and is likely to lose large-format venues this weekend, Dead Reckoning:
Part One is steadily increasing in popularity among moviegoers and is getting closer to being deemed a hit.
This weekend, Greta Gerwig and Christopher Nolan's Barbie ($155 million) and Oppenheimer ($80 million) dominated the box office,
causing Dead Reckoning Part One's domestic box office to plummet. With $19.5 million in its second weekend of release, Dead Reckoning:
Part One had to be content with a third-place finish. It has grossed a disappointing $118 million so far in the United States. However,
the film continues to earn money in international markets, with a current total of $252 million. Dead Reckoning: Part One has grossed $370,000,000 worldwide.