8 Nov – The Leonardo DiCaprio-starrer, "Killers of the Flower Moon" has now crossed USD 100 million mark at the global box office.
As reported on Deadline, the movie, which was released on 19 October, accumulated USD 52.3 million in the US, with the other USD 66.8 million internationally, bringing together a total of USD 119.1 million.
While the film is considered a great milestone for Scorsese, who only has nine movies that have crossed the 100 million mark, it is noted that the film was made with a mega-budget of USD 200 million.
This means that the movie has a long way to go to recoup its hefty production and publicity budget, and it will be difficult to do so in the coming weeks, what with new movies coming in that include "The Marvels" and "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes".
The movie is based on the non-fiction book of the same name by David Grann that focuses on a series of murders of the Osage Native American tribesmen in Oklahoma in the early 1920s after oil was discovered on their tribal land.