As Variety reported, Eternals has officially crossed the $ 100 million mark in North America, with a national total currently standing at $ 118 million. In his second weekend, Eternals saw a 61% drop from the $ 71 million he made in his early days, placing his drop between Shang-Chi’s 52% and Black’s 67%. Widow.
Internationally, Eternals grossed an additional $ 48 million from 49 markets, bringing its overseas total to $ 162.6 million and its worldwide total to $ 281.4 million.
Clifford the Big Red Dog managed to take second place with $ 16.4 million between Friday and Sunday. Clifford is also available on Paramount + and got off to a good weekend start when it hits theaters on Wednesday. In his first five days on the big screen, Clifford made $ 22 million.
In our Clifford the Big Red Dog review, we said that it “is a gentle but shallow children’s offering that sometimes goes higher than expected”.
Dune placed third in raising $ 5.5 million, bringing its national total to $ 93 million. Internationally, Dune has raised $ 6.8 million, for an international total of $ 258 million and a worldwide total of $ 351.2 million.
No Time to Die took fifth place with $ 4.6 million in ticket sales. Bond’s latest film topped $ 700 million worldwide, making it the second Hollywood film in the COVID-19 pandemic to do so after F9.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage topped the top five with $ 4 million, but it also became the second COVID-era release to earn more than $ 200 million at the domestic box office. It currently stands at $ 202 million. Globally, Venom: Let There Be Carnage has earned $ 441 million.
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