No Time To Die has raised $734 million worldwide since its opening weekend (more than 650 million euros), making it Hollywood’s biggest success since the start of the corona crisis. F9 , the ninth installment in the Fast & Furious series, held that honor until last week.

F9 has grossed $725 million in theaters since June. The racing film and the James Bond epic are the only two films to gross over $700 million during the pandemic.

In the years before the corona crisis, the larger films regularly sold more than 1 billion dollars worth of cinema tickets. The blockbuster of recent years was Avengers: Endgame from 2019, which brought in a turnover of $2.8 billion.

Newcomer Ghostbusters: Afterlife is also doing well at the cinemas. The sequel to the well-known films from the eighties grossed 60 million dollars worldwide. Especially in the US, the film scored better than analysts expected, Deadline reports .