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Tom Cruise starrer ‘Prime Gun: Maverick’ turns Paramount’s high grossing movie

This 12 months’s greatest blockbuster hit Prime Gun: Maverick has handed one other milestone by formally beating James Cameron’s epic Titanic to grow to be Paramount’s highest-grossing film of all time.

Joseph Kosinski’s movie is now Paramount’s highest-grossing film of all time domestically in its 110-year historical past. Whereas Titanic held that title for simply in need of 25 years.

The sequel to the 1986’s traditional hit Prime Gun handed $600 million on the home field workplace this week. Whereas the movie has been breaking quite a few field workplace information because it hit the theatres in Could, its latest report has left viewers surprised.

“For 110 years, Paramount Photos has produced and distributed among the most iconic movies in Hollywood historical past, together with the all-time traditional Titanic, which marks its twenty fifth anniversary this 12 months,” mentioned Brian Robbins, President and CEO of Paramount Photos.

“Prime Gun: Maverick is an outstanding movement image, and we take deep pleasure in celebrating this large achievement alongside Tom Cruise, our filmmakers and forged, our advertising and marketing and distribution groups, and, in fact, all the brand new and unique Prime Gun followers, with out whom this wouldn’t have been attainable.”

Prime Gun: Maverick sees Cruise return as Navy pilot Pete Mitchell charged with coaching the subsequent era of ace aviators. The film additionally stars Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer.

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