Box Office Mojo reports that Casino Royale has lost an additional 724 theatres in the US, playing at 2,437 during this fifth weekend of its release.
Comparing to 2002’s Die Another Day, Daniel Craig’s first James Bond film is currently on the same level in terms of box office performance. In the fourth week of release, Die Another Day had a total gross of $131,851,422 and Casino Royale‘s total is $129,020,082 in comparison.
In terms of worldwide success, Rory Bruer, head of distribution at Sony, previously said: ‘Casino Royale is on course to pass 2002’s Die Another Day (which took in $432 million worldwide) to become the top-grossing Bond flick.’
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