After six weeks in theaters, “Last Christmas” has earned $34.4 million in North America, as well as $66.5 million from 64 foreign markets at the international box office.
The film carries a $25 million price tag, meaning it should bring back a tidy sum for the studio, it debuted in early November to $11.4 million and slowly chugged along at the domestic box office, staying in the top 10 for 5 consecutive weeks.
“Last Christmas” is Universal’s third original comedy this year to surpass $100 million worldwide, no easy feat given heightened competition in the genre from streaming services. “Good Boys” ($110 million) and “Yesterday” ($151 million) both hit that benchmark earlier in 2019
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