eternal, for Marvel and Disney, saw a massive drop in its second weekend in theaters, but remained at No. 1 at the box office, ahead of newcomers like Clifford the Big Red Dog,
eternal According to studio estimates, the weekend added $27.5 million, bringing US revenue to $118.8 million. The film, directed by Oscar winner Chloe Zhao and starring Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani and Gemma Chan, was down 61 percent from its premiere.
While this is not unusual for a major superhero film, it was significantly faster than the 52% drop seen in previous Disney and Marvel films, shang chi,
Both were shown exclusively in movie theaters, but the main difference is that shang chi It only got better ratings from the public and critics. Shang-Chi also became available on the Disney+ streaming service later this week.
eternal So far earned US$281.4 million (approximately R$1.5 billion) globally.
went second Clifford the Big Red Dog, which opened in theaters during the week and was also available on home streaming for Paramount+ subscribers. It generated an estimated $16.4 million in 3,700 movie theaters over the weekend and $22 million in revenue in the five days since its launch. Although critics were not impressed (48% of it on Rotten Tomatoes), audiences were more supportive, giving it a promising A rating on CinemaScore. And Clifford Facing precarious circumstances for families to go to the movies managed to do so.
Blockbusters came out of the top 5 danube ranked third with US$5.5 million, James Bond: No Time to Die In fourth place, US$4.6 million and . with Venom: Time of Carnage Fifth with $4 million. Note that this weekend Venom 2 became only the second film in the pandemic era to cross the $200 million mark at the US box office. the second was shang chi,
More and more films are entering specialist box office in anticipation of awards and many are making their way into the top 10. This weekend’s semi-autobiographical film Belfast, by Kenneth Branagh, earned $1.8 million when it was shown in 580 theaters in its first film. on your second weekend, wig, which starred Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, made $1.5 million across 1,265 screens. And also on your fourth weekend, French Chronicle, by Wes Anderson, continued to do well, raising a total of $1.8 million and a total of $11.6 million.