Barbie and Oppenheimer were both released on the same day, competing in the global market. Oppenheimer is an R-rated historical drama directed by Christopher Nolan, based on Robert Oppenheimer's documentary. The movie offers valuable insights and can help shape your character. On the other hand, the Barbie movie, directed by Greta Gerwig, revolves around playful doll experiences and pink fantasy-comedy, providing entertainment but offering less meaningful information for personal growth.
Barbie has grossed an impressive $183 million USD at the international box office, bringing its worldwide total to $338 million. In contrast, Oppenheimer has collected only $94 million USD at the international box office and $175 million USD worldwide. The movie has been released in 78 markets worldwide, indicating a broader reach.
Analyzing the global collection, it's evident that Barbie is attracting a larger audience compared to Oppenheimer. However, when considering the Indian box office, Oppenheimer takes the lead. It collected $3.7 million USD / INR 31 crore in the first two days, while Barbie accumulated only $1.4 million USD / INR 11.5 crore.
This data clearly suggests that Indian audiences are more inclined towards Oppenheimer, seeking knowledge and inspiration to grow into chads, while others prefer Barbie for entertainment, immersing themselves in the world of dolls.
It's noteworthy that even outside India, there are chads who have chosen Oppenheimer, proving their preference for enriching content.