Disney and Marvel’s “Eternals” took a steep drop in its second weekend in theaters, but it surely’s nonetheless hanging on to first place forward of newcomers like “Clifford the Big Red Dog.”
Each performed completely in theaters, however the primary distinction is that “Shang-Chi” merely bought higher rankings from audiences and critics. “Shang-Chi” additionally grew to become accessible to stream on Disney+ this weekend. “Eternals” has made $281.4 million globally thus far.
Second place went to “Clifford the Big Red Dog,” which opened in theaters through the week and was additionally accessible to stream at residence for Paramount+ subscribers. It made an estimated $16.4 million from 3,700 theaters over the weekend and $22 million throughout its 5 days in launch.
Although critics weren’t impressed (it has a 48% on Rotten Tomatoes), audiences have been extra favorable, giving it a promising A CinemaScore. And “Clifford” managed to do that within the face of unsure moviegoing situations for households.
Blockbusters rounded out the highest 5 with “Dune” in third place with $5.5 million, “No Time to Die” in fourth with $4.6 million and “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” in fifth with $4 million. Notably, “Venom 2” this weekend grew to become solely the second pandemic-era movie to cross the $200 million mark on the domestic box office. The opposite was “Shang-Chi.”
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