outgross

outgross

(ˌaʊtˈɡrəʊs)
vb (tr)
(Banking & Finance) to surpass in earning
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(1970) which would go on to outgross Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
Now, Castle Rock has released Sayles' "Lone Star," a brooding, many-layered examination of a decades-old killing in a Texas town, which won't outgross the boring summer spectaculars but has the scope and passion to reach a mass audience.
While it's certain to outgross last year's American-in-Afghanistan disaster, "Rock the Kasbah," Paramount's March 4 release may struggle to match the box office returns of Fey's "Sisters," which preceded it in theaters by less than three months.
Cynics will doubtless sneer that their return to active duty after 18 years on standby is based on cold commercial logic, and, no doubt, the profits from their new Greatest Hits collection will handsomely outgross the combined sales figures for their latest clutch of solo projects.
As with later films such as Heaven's Gate (1980), Dune (1984) and The Lone Ranger (2013), money dripped from Cleopatra and, while it was a significant box office draw, it holds the dubious honour of being the only film to outgross everything else in its year but still lose money.
Entering the summer, "Pitch Perfect 2" was viewed as something of an underdog, but strong home entertainment sales from the girl-singing-group comedy helped the sequel outgross the original in a single weekend.
Still, what looks like a straight-to-VOD burial for the toxic star's latest project could actually be a savvy move in the States, where pie will easily outgross "The Beaver" once ands realize they're getting Mel in classic action-movie mode.
The Freestyle Releasing pickup won't outgross its politically opposite number, "The Undefeated."
Visually, pic aims to outgross anything in the series so far and succeeds with, for example, a rear-end-and-testicles panorama that spills over into the pornographic.
In its first weekend in release in New Zealand, 'The Breaker Upperers' outgrossed 2011 Hollywood rom-com 'Bridesmaids,' a locally celebrated achievement, on its way to becoming the highest grossing New Zealand-made film of 2018.
2" ($377.2 million) are the only films to have outgrossed "Wonder Woman."
Using this stark context, Gravity, which to date has far outgrossed The Martian worldwide,2 places its problem-solving scientist Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) among a series of perils that, strangely, require very little scientific know-how; instead, in an inversion of The Martian, one could argue that it's the protagonist's astronaut skills that keep her alive, not her scientific skills.