Quantum of Solace top Bond film of all time at N American box office


MUMBAI:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures’/Columbia Pictures’, Quantum of Solace, the 22nd James Bond adventure, has taken in over $167.1 million to become the most successful Bond film of all time in North America, surpassing the $167 million grossed domestically by Casino Royale.

The announcement was made by Sony Pictures Worldwide Marketing and Distribution chairman Jeff Blake.

The film is still playing in 891 theaters in the United States and has grossed another $382.9 internationally, with the important market of Japan still yet to open. Taking in a worldwide gross so far of $550 million, Quantum of Solace is already the second-highest grossing Bond film of all time worldwide.

Blake said, "It is always gratifying when the audience responds to a film, but to be working with a character as successful as James Bond and see the two films Sony has handled, become the two most successful films in the history of the franchise makes us all tremendously proud. It has been a special thrill to work on the Bond films, and we couldn’t be more excited by the success of Quantum of Solace."