The Hollywood Reporter has reviewed The Office and said it is the biggest hit ever for its movie studio, with audiences loving the rags-to-riches story of Andy Samberg and his boss, Bill Murray.
The Hollywood premiere of The Office on Saturday is among the top 10 highest-grossing films of all time.
The movie has more than doubled its gross since its theatrical debut in November 2011, which was the first time it had topped the chart since 1998.
The film is expected to earn between $100 million and $125 million, well over the $90 million earned by The King of Queens.
It will be the biggest ever opening for a film that cost $300 million.
The movies grossed a combined $1.2 billion at the box office, the most for a movie in history, according to box office tracking company Box Office Mojo.
The top 10 films of the decade have combined for an average of $939 million worldwide.
The Office has made $1 billion since its opening in 2011, while the biggest hits have earned between $1 million and two million each.
The original film earned $2.8 billion worldwide.