Eternals Box Office Shoots to $162 Million, Second Biggest Hollywood Opening Weekend in 2021

Eternal It earned an estimated $161.7 million at the worldwide box office on its opening weekend, pushing the latest Marvel film to the second spot on the list of Hollywood’s biggest opening weekends in 2021. The first is F9 aka Fast & Furious 9. $ 162.4 million (about Rs 1,204 crore) – China benefited from this which Eternal No, although the opposite was a widely staggered release. Eternal Not making it an apples to apples comparison. EternalThe opening weekend of $161.7 million was divided into $71 million (approximately Rs 526 crore) from cinemas in the US and Canada, with the remaining $90.7 million (approximately Rs 672 crore) coming from 46 regions around the world.

That $71 million is opening up to North America Eternal It’s a bit disappointing as it’s not only on the low end of box office analysts’ expectations, but for one it’s also the lowest. marvel cinematic universe Title for all time. previous was the lowest antman ($57.2 million). This cannot be a direct comparison to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, the other two Marvel movies released during the COVID-19 pandemic, Kali Mai ($80.4 million) and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ($94.7 million), both performed better, despite Kali Mai also becoming available at home through Disney+ Premier Access. (Kali Mai‘s opening week if you count is the highest Disney+ Revenue.)

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Although outside North America, Eternal doing better than Kali Mai And shang chi. The $90.7 million figure was higher than expected — according to Disney’s estimated, this is 26 percent more than Kali Mai, and further 76 percent Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in similar markets. Eternal Of all those 46 markets opened at number one but one: India (sooryavanshi That’s why it’s not number one here.) In India, Eternal Earned an estimated $1.7 million (approximately Rs 12.84 crore) as of Saturday. The top five are South Korea ($14.1 million), the UK ($7.1 million), France ($6.7 million), Mexico ($5.7 million), and Australia ($5 million).

total 320 imax Screens contributed $6 million (approximately Rs 44 crore) in 58 markets Eternal‘Early week. Meanwhile, China and Russia are both missing Eternal Conversation. The former is unlikely to give a release date Miracle film, as vocal Eternal Director Chloe Zhao has always been censored in his home country. The latter has seen theaters shut again following the resurgence of COVID-19.

Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time to Die
photo credit: Universal Pictures/MGM/EON

Elsewhere, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final deeply concerned Movies no time to die It took its global box office total to $667.1 million (approximately Rs 4,946 crore) after a worldwide weekend of $33.38 million. Overall, $143.15 million (approximately Rs 1,061 crore) comes from the US and Canada, and the remaining $524.3 million (approximately Rs 3,887 crore) comes from the rest of the world, with the UK contributing $122.1 million (approximately Rs 905 crore). The total IMAX for No Time to Die is $42.3 million (approximately Rs 313 crore). The 25th Bond film is headed to premium video-on-demand in the US on Tuesday.

Other holdovers include those led by Tom Hardy. Venom: Let There Be Massacre, now up to $424.6 million (approximately Rs 3,148 crore) worldwide. NS poison The sequel added $15.9 million (approximately Rs 117 crore) from 56 markets last weekend. The division is worth $197 million (approximately Rs 1,460 crore) from the US and Canada and $227.6 million (approximately Rs 1,687 crore) elsewhere.

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that leaves the star-root Dune, which is now worth $330.4 million (approximately Rs 2,449 crore) globally. Its worldwide weekend did well at $18.7 million (approximately Rs 138 crore) from 77 territories. also available on hbo max For the first month in the US, Dune has brought in $83.9 million (about Rs 622 crore) in North America so far. Worldwide, Dune has earned $246.5 million (approximately Rs 1,827 crore).

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