'Thor: Ragnarok' Already Tops Worldwide Box Office Ahead of U.S. Debut

Adding to Marvel's impressive film series, Thor: Ragnarok is already making its case as a top film after topping the worldwide box office fore the weekend of October 29.

"Disney/Marvel's 'Thor: Ragnarok' ahead of its North American debut later this week, hammered the global competition taking in a whopping $107.6 million while posting the highest October opening weekend ever in many markets and setting the stage for a terrific overall performance in the coming weeks," according to comScore's Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

The film is another one of Marvel's highly anticipated films and will not only feature Thor but his big green buddy the Hulk will also be featured in the film.

It is shaping up to be quite the record breaking debut for Thor: Ragnarok. If you want to check out what the worldwide and domestic standings for the weekend of October 29 are, see both lists below.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 29, are below.

1. Thor: Ragnarok - Disney - $107.6M

2. Geostorm - Warner Bros. - $55.0M

3. Jigsaw - Lionsgate - $25.8M

4. Blade Runner 2049 - Sony - $20.6M

5. Suck Me Shakespeer 3 - Constantin Film - $18.3M

6.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle - 20th Century Fox - $15.0M

7. Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween - Lionsgate - $10.0M

8. Happy Death Day - Universal - $9.8M

9. It - Warner Bros.

- $8.8M

10. Coco - Disney - $8.4M

11. Never Say Die - Multiple - $6.9M

12. Epouse moi mon pote - Studiocanal - $5.3M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 29, are below.

1. Jigsaw - Lionsgate - $16.2M

2. Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween - Lionsgate - $10.0M

3. Geostorm - Warner Bros. - $5.7M

4. Happy Death Day - Universal - $5.1M

5. Blade Runner 2049 - Warner Bros. - $4.0M

6.

Thank You For Your Service - Universal - $3.7M

7. Only The Brave - Sony - $3.5M

8. Foreigner, The - STX Entertainment - $3.2M

9. Suburbicon - Paramount - $2.8M

10.

It - Warner Bros. - $2.5M

11. Let There Be Light - Atlas Distribution Company - $1.8M

12. American Made - Universal - $1.7M

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