"Top Gun: Maverick" soared past the $900 million mark globally Monday. Since its debut in late May, "Maverick" has kept its pace at the domestic box office. Without much standing in its way, box office analysts expect it to cross that threshold within a week.

"Maverick" has generated strong ticket sales through its fourth week in theaters. So far, sales for the film have been split between about $475 million in the U.S. and Canada. The blockbuster feature won't have much competition until the July 8, when Disney's Marvel Studios releases "Thor: Love and Thunder"

The film opened with $126.7 million, the highest opening weekend box office haul for any Tom Cruise film. In its second weekend, ticket sales declined 29% to $90 million, according to Comscore. The film is Cruise's first to garner more than $100 million during its debut.

"Maverick" brought in another $52 million in its third weekend. That's a 42% drop from the second weekend, and $44 million during its fourth weekend. Typically, big budget films see sales fall between 50% and 70% from the first week to the second week.
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