At a time when the MCU trend arrived like a storm within the big screen industry, Vin Diesel’s franchise was also in a sound position like others to kickstart the first breakthrough film that can really challenge the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And what it did whether you accept it or not!
The contender challenge
If you take look back, you’ll see that the Marvel movies however earned around $22.577 billion in the box office across the globe since its inception in 2008 and that was calculated out of a budget estimated at $4.529 billion. In fact, the amount steadily projects a 4.99x rate-of-return. From the list, only Marvel and Star Wars appeared to be far more pervasive than any other Universal’s revered proprietorship. Now that indicates F9 has churned out more movies comparatively thereby emerging more commercial than its competitor.
Beating the drift
In total, Vin Diesel’s franchise has generated around $5.901 billion as box office revenue from its 9 features which count at $655.7 million per film. Breaking the journey, you will see that the first four Fast series induced a total of 963.8 million. Thus between Fast Five and Hobbs & Shaw, the franchise stockpiled $4.938 million. Well, the average for the past five Fast & Furious movies stands at $987.5 million—which has crossed Marvel’s median undoubtedly. Although hard to believe, but you cant just turn down the figures!
Overbearing the swing
Well it’s important to note that Furious 7 and Fate of the Furious—which can be perceived as Universal’s version of Avengers following the massive turnout, accumulated a gross of $2.757 billion. On the other hand, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame hoarded a $4.846 billion throughout the world, that effortlessly influences Furious 7 and Fate of the Furious’s earning.