Eternals Worldwide box office receipts in its opening weekend are estimated at $161.7 million (approximately Rs 11.99 crore), making the latest Marvel movie the second largest on the list of the biggest opening weekends in Hollywood in .The first is F9 aka Fast and Furious 9 at $162.4 million (~Rs 12.04 crore) – it benefits from China Eternals No, although it has a massively staggered release, unlike Eternals Makes it not an apples to apples comparison. Eternals‘ $161.7 million over the opening weekend, of which $71 million (approximately Rs 5.26 crore) came from cinemas in the US and Canada, and the remaining $90.7 million (approximately Rs 6.72 crore) came from 46 territories worldwide.

$71 million North American opening Eternals It’s a bit of a disappointment, as it’s not only on the low end of what box-office analysts expected, but it’s also the lowest ever in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.The lowest before was ant man ($57.2 million). Direct comparisons are not possible due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Still, two other Marvel movies released during the COVID-19 pandemic, black widow ($80.4 million) and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ($94.7 million) both fared better, although black widow Also available at home with Disney+ Premier Access. (black widowIf you count Disney+’s revenue, it had the highest opening weekend. )

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Although outside North America, Eternals do better than black widow and Shang Zhi. The $90.7 million figure beat expectations — 26% higher than expected, according to Disney’s estimates black widow76% ahead of “Shang Qi” and “Legend of the Ten Rings” in similar markets. Eternals No. 1 in all 46 markets, but only one: India (Soriavanhi is the reason it’s not number one here. )in India, Eternals Earned an estimated $3 million (Rs 228 crore) over the opening weekend. The top five are South Korea ($14.1 million), the United Kingdom ($7.1 million), France ($6.7 million), Mexico ($5.7 million) and Australia ($5 million).

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320 IMAX screens in 58 markets contributed $6 million (approximately Rs 440 crore) Eternals‘ Opening weekend.Meanwhile, both China and Russia are absent Eternals dialogue.The former is unlikely to give a release date for a Marvel movie because of the bluntness Eternals Director Chlo√© Zhao is constantly under scrutiny in her home country. The latter reopened movie theaters after a resurgence of COVID-19.

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Elsewhere, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final Bond film, No Time to Die, pushed its global box office to $667.1 million (Rs 4,946 crore), after a global weekend of $33.38 million (approximately 2.47 billion rupees). Of this, $143.15 million (approximately Rs 1,061 crore) came from the US and Canada, the remaining $524.3 million (approximately Rs 3,887 crore) came from the rest of the world, and the UK contributed $122.1 million (approximately Rs 9.05 crore). The total IMAX value of No Time to Die is $42.3 million (approximately Rs. 313 crore). On Tuesday, the 25th Bond film will switch to premium video-on-demand in the United States.

Other holders include Tom Hardy-led Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which is now worth a whopping $424.6 million (approximately Rs 3,148 crore) globally.This venom The sequel added $15.9 million (approximately Rs 1.17 crore) from 56 markets over the weekend. The split in the U.S. and Canada was $197 million (approximately Rs 14.6 crore) and the rest of the region was $227.6 million (approximately Rs 16.87 crore).

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What’s left is the star-studded sand dunes, currently worth $330.4 million (approximately Rs 24.49 crore) globally. Its global weekend earned $18.7 million (approximately Rs 1.38 crore) from 77 regions. Dune, which is also available in the US in its first month on HBO Max, has brought in $83.9 million (approximately Rs 6.22 crore) in North America so far. Globally, Dune has earned $246.5 million (approximately Rs 1,827 crore).

Eternals
  • release date November 5,
  • language English
  • type Action, Adventure, Drama, Superhero
  • period 2 hours 37 minutes
  • throw

    Gemma ChenRichard MaddenKumel Nanjanelia McHughBrian Terry HenryLauren RidloveBarry KeohanDon LeeHarish Patelkey T Harington, Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Harry Styles

  • Director

    Zhao Wei

  • music Ramin Javadi
  • Producer

    Kevin Feige, Nate Moore

  • Production

    Marvel Studios

  • Certificate U/A
  • User ratings

no time to die
  • US release date October 8,
  • Indian release date September 30,
  • language English
  • type Action, Crime, Thriller
  • period 2 hours 43 minutes
  • throw

    Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Leah Seydoux, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christopher Waltz, Ralph Fiennes

  • Director

    Cary Joji Fukunaga

  • music Hans Zimmer
  • Producer

    Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli

  • Production

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Eon Productions

  • Certificate U/A
  • User ratings

Venom: There's Carnage
  • US release date October 1,
  • Indian release date October 14,
  • language English
  • type Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Superhero
  • period 1 hour 37 minutes
  • throw

    Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Reed Scott, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham

  • Director

    Andy Serkis

  • music Marco Beltrami
  • Producer

    Avi Allard, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal, Hatch Parker, Kelly Marcel, Tom Hardy

  • Production

    Columbia Pictures, Marvel Entertainment, Allard Productions, Matt Tolmach Productions, Pascal Pictures

  • Certificate U/A
  • User ratings
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dune
  • release date October 22,
  • language English
  • type adventure, drama, sci-fi
  • throw

    Timothy Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgard, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, David Dasmarchian, Zhang Chen, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem

  • Director

    Denis Villeneuve

  • music Hans Zimmer
  • Producer

    Kyle Boit, Joe Caracciolo Jr., Mary Parent, Denis Villeneuve

  • Production

    Legendary Pictures

  • Certificate U/A
  • User ratings


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