Die Another Day‘s worldwide take has reached US$384.1 million, meaning that it is currently the 54th most succesful film in terms of worldwide gross.
The figure comes from an earning of US$224.6m and a domestic earning of $159.5m to date.
The recent opening in Norway saw Die Another Day earning US$1.2m on only 89 screens, a new record for the James Bond franchise and 20th Century Fox in the country. Despite piracy concerns the 20th Bond film also opened strongly in Taiwan earning $1.2m on 140 screens.
MGM Chief Executive Officer Alex Yemenidjian revealed in January that the film was expected to take US$420m worldwide, with a US$260m international earning and a US$160m United States domestic earning. The film isn’t far from reaching either records, with the domestic record expected to be achieved in just over a week. The international record will easily be achieved once Die Another Day opens to Japanese audiences in March.
Source: Box Office Mojo