The Warner Bros. and Legendary tentpole opened in theaters and on HBO Max in early April, collecting a then-pandemic best $32 million over the weekend. It remained a powerful theatrical draw, with ticket sales quickly climbing to — and then plateauing — around $98 million. “Godzilla vs. Kong” hovered just below $100 million for some time before finally scraping together the final $220,000 needed to cross the coveted box office milestone. Now, after playing in multiplexes for 12 weeks, its domestic tally sits at $100.113 million.
“Godzilla vs. Kong” is only the second movie of the Covid-19 era to earn more than $100 million in the U.S. Paramount’s nearly silent sequel “A Quiet Place Part II,” which debuted over Memorial Day weekend once a greater number of theaters had reopened, smashed that benchmark in 15 days. That film, directed