Marvel Studios’ Eternal retained the number one spot at the box office this weekend. The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe brought in $ 27.5 million over the weekend, bringing the global total to $ 209.4 million. Eternal fell 61% from his debut weekend, which is in line with previous MCU titles, inclusive Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and Black widow. The box office success comes at a time when the MCU is receiving negative reviews from critics and longtime fans who feel Eternal is not in line with the rest of the Marvel titles.
Expectations for Eternal was abnormally high due to the delayed release. The pandemic changed the entire MCU release schedule along with the release of all other major Hollywood productions that were to hit theaters in 2020 and 2021. Venom: Let there be carnage received similar reviews for Eternal and has still managed to make better than expected money since opening in cinemas 7 weeks ago. To date, the Sony successor has earned $ 430.3 million globally, exceeding expectations.
Clifford the Great Red Dog debuted as number two this weekend after earning $ 16.4 million. The computer-animated family film exceeded expectations and is currently being streamed on Paramount + for viewers who prefer to watch them from their own homes. Denis Villeneuves Dune landed third place with $ 5.5 million. The long-awaited film has been able to earn $ 339.6 million globally since debuting in theaters over a month ago. While the reviews have been mixed, fans of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic are waiting for the second episode to end the story.
No time to die came in as number four this weekend after bringing in $ 4.6 million. The latest rate in 007 The franchise has been able to earn $ 674.5 million globally during its time in theaters. Sonys Venom: Let there be bloodshed took fifth place this weekend with $ 4 million and continues to earn new viewers in cinemas looking forward to Jared Letos Morbius, which opens in January 2022. Ron has gone wrong took sixth place with $ 2.2 million. The family film has received positive reviews from viewers and critics since its debut four weeks ago.
The French broadcast came in as number seven this weekend after earning $ 1.84 million. The latest from Wes Anderson has received generally positive reviews from critics and stars Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson . Belfast took the eighth position with $ 1.8 million while thriller Antlers took ninth place after bringing in $ 1.2 million. Finally, Halloween kills, which has earned $ 128.4 million globally, took tenth place with $ 1 million. You can see the rest of the weekend’s box office data at The Numbers.
• 1. Eternal – $ 27.5 million
• 2. Clifford the Great Red Dog – $ 16.4 million
• 3. Dune – $ 5.5 million
• 4. No time to die – $ 4.6 million
• 5. Venom: Let there be bloodshed – $ 4 million
• 6. Ron has gone wrong – $ 2.2 million
• 7. The French broadcast – $ 1.8 million
• 8. Belfast – $ 1.8 million
• 9. Antlers – $ 1.2 million
• 10. Halloween kills – 1 million dollars
Topics: Box Office, Eternals
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