Hobbs and Shaw Races Up To Top With a $330 million Worldwide Collection
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 12:16 IST
By Shaurya Thakur , Santa Banta News Network
Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby, Helen Mirren starrer spin-off action movie Hobbs and Shaw seems unstoppable as it continues to shatter worldwide Box-Office records at maximum velocity. Universal's Hobbs and Shaw has upped its overseas collection to $224.1 Million in 66 markets through Sunday, and a global collection of $332.6 Million

The film, still in theatres has bested the likes of big-budget spectacles such as The Lion King, Toy Story 4, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Aladdin and stands tall with a whopping $330 Million plus worldwide collection. To show his admiration, Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram where he posted a picture of himself and some of the creative team behind the movie having a grand time.

"Broke out my new tequila for a toast of gratitude and celebration w/ my partners for @hobbsandshaw being the #1 movie in world. Chris Morgan/ producer of Hobbs and Shaw and writer of Fast5, Fast6, Fast7, Fast8 and Hobbs & Shaw. @hhgarcia41/ Producer Hobbs & Shaw and President of @sevenbucksprod Brad Slater/ WME partner & my lead agent. Whether my boots are on the ground or 40,000ft in the air, my appreciation to these gents for their years of hard work for our special project is boundless. #hardestworkersintheroom #salud #hobbsandshaw 🥃 @jonbrandoncruz 📸, posted Dwayne Johnson in a caption to a black and white celebratory picture.

Currently, in theatres, 'Hobbs and Shaw' opens with a seemingly routine operation headed by MI-6 under the leadership of Hattie Shaw (Vanessa Kirby) to retrieve a deadly virus "Snowflake" from the hands of megalomaniac organization named Eteon. However, all goes sideways with the arrival of Idris Alba's villainous Brixton Lure (self-proclaimed black Superman ) who gets rid of everyone, all but Hattie who is forced to go rogue with the virus; bringing in the difficult duo of Hobbs and Shaw to trace her along with the virus. Directed by David Leitch, it opened on August 2 worldwide.
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