Regarding downloads, no film has matched Top Gun: Maverick so far. The first-week release of this classic earned it the honor of being the most successful debut in movie history.
In its record-breaking premiere, the action film starring Tom Cruise reached nearly $100 million in the United States alone, and then another $424 million internationally. The movie also became the first major blockbuster to hit the $1B mark; it was able to eclipse even well-known cult films and large-scale franchises.
In United States theatres, “Top Gun” managed to overtake James Cameron’s classic “Titanic” and then left behind the superhero blockbuster “Avengers: Infinity War.” “Top Gun” currently ranks sixth on the list of highest-grossing films in United States theaters.
The anticipation and excitement surrounding the tape’s release were so great that it began to sell quickly. The irony is that Maverick, as well as the first four hours of the film directed by Tony Scott, also became a top seller on Amazon’s video service, although these two were both already popular.
NBC decided not to show the Golden Globes Statuette ceremony next year after newly added comments about the lack of diversity and Ms. Singer, who claims that “Saturday Night Live” wasn’t funny because of a lack of ethnic minorities.