One of the most ambitious efforts of “Eternal” Miracle Expanding his universe of superheroes, he hit theaters over the weekend with nearly $71 million in box office revenue Theaters in the United States and Canada, according to study estimates released on Sunday.
By most studios’ box office standards, the premiere was remarkable. Only three other films have had a better start during the coronavirus pandemic: “Black Widow” ($80.3 million), “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” ($75.3 million) and “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” (90) million). But for Marvel’s well-oiled blockbuster machine, the release of “Eternal” somehow constituted a bump in the road in an incomparable 26-film streak.
from the beginning, “Eternal”, whose characters are immortal superheroes, was a less drawn out direction for Marvel. By hiring Chloe Zhao, whose “Nomadland” won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director earlier this year, Comic Book Factory chose an acclaimed filmmaker more associated with artistic realism than CGI. The story also includes a class of lesser-known alien superheroes whose existence spans the entire history of mankind. The cast includes Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani.
“Eternal”, which cost about $ 200 million to produce, opened strongly overseas and grossed $ 90.7 million in 46 international territories. Film Despite being directed by a Chinese filmmaker, it was not released in China.
Here are the box office entry in the United States and Canada from Friday through Sunday, according to comScore:
- “Eternal,” $71 million.
- “Dune,” $7.6 million.
- “No Time to Die”, 6.2 million
- “Poison: Let There Be Carnage”, 4.5 million
- “Rons Gone Wrong”, 3.6 million
- “The French Dispatch”, 2.6 million
- “Halloween Kills”, 2.4 million
- “Spencer”, 2.1 million
- “Antlers,” 2 million
- “Last Night in Soho,” $1.8 million.
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