Marvel Studios’ Eternal held the No. 1 spot in the box office this weekend. The latest installation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe raised $ 27.5 million over the weekend, bringing its total to $ 209.4 million. Eternal 61% off his debut weekend, which is in line with recent MCU titles, including Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings in the 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, because of the delayed release. The pandemic has changed the entire MCU release schedule, along with the release of all other major Hollywood productions coming to theaters in 2020 and 2021. Venom: Let there be carnage received similar criticism Eternal and has still managed to earn better than expected money since opening in theaters 7 weeks ago. To date, Sony has continued to earn $ 430.3 million worldwide, above expectations.
Clifford the Big Red Dog Debut at number two this weekend after earning $ 16.4 million. The computer-animated family film has exceeded expectations and is currently streaming Paramount + for spectators who prefer to look out of the comfort of their own homes. Denis Villeneuve Dune landed third place with $ 5.5 million. The long-awaited film has been able to earn $ 339.6 million worldwide since it debuted in theaters a month ago. While the reviews have been mixed, fans of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic expect the second installment to complete the story.
No time to die came in at number four this weekend after bringing in $ 4.6 million. The last installation in 007 Franchise was able to earn $ 674.5 million worldwide during its time in theaters. the Sony Venom: Let there be carnage took fifth place this weekend with $ 4 million in it continue to earn new spectators and cinemas looking forward to Jared Leto Morbius, which opens in January 2022. Ron went 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.
French broadcast came in at number seven this weekend after earning $ 1.84 million. The latest by Wes Anderson has received generally positive reviews from critics and stars including 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 eighth position with $ 1.8 million while horror film Refused took ninth place at $ 1.2 million. At last, Halloween Kills, which earned $ 128.4 million worldwide, ranked tenth with $ 1 million. You can watch the rest of this weekend Oweskeess data about um The numbers.
• 1. Eternal – $ 27.5 million
• 2. Clifford the Big Red Dog – $ 16.4 million
• 3. Dune – $ 5.5 million
• 4. No time to die – $ 4.6 million
• 5. Venom: Let there be carnage – $ 4 million
• 6. Ron went wrong – $ 2.2 million
• 7. French broadcast – $ 1.8 million
• 8. Belfast – $ 1.8 million
• 9. Refused – $ 1.2 million
• 10. Halloween Kills – $ 1 million