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'Skyfall' breaks $100 million in North America after four days

By Matthew Dougherty,

Skyfall continues to do well at the box office as it officially crossed $100 million yesterday, Veteran’s Day, in North America, after only four days in theaters.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 23rd James Bond film has made an incredible total of $101.9 million as of Monday.

Over the weekend, Skyfall became the highest grossing Bond film ever in the U.S., making $87.8 million, says the Reuters.

Overseas the film has done incredibly well too. It has reportedly made $430 million internationally since its debut October 26 in the U.K. and other territories.

Skyfall will most likely surpass Daniel Craig’s previous two Bond entries in the coming weeks.

Released in 2008, Quantum of Solace made a worldwide total of $576.1 million. Two years earlier, Craig’s first film, Casino Royale made $599.2 million.

Skyfall has been met with an enormous amount of critical praise as well with some critics calling it the best in the 23 film franchise. The film also marks the 50th anniversary of the franchise.

 
 

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