Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Opened Up With $29.6M On Domestic Box Office

Opened Up With $29.6M

A massive success celebration is in the cards. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, a Marvel film, had the third greatest opening day during the epidemic, with $29.6 million (only behind F9‘s $29.9 million), and is on track to have the biggest Labor Day weekend ever, with $75 million to $85 million over four days. Shang-Chi is expected to gross $67.8 million over three days, making it the third greatest launch in Covid history after Black Widow ($80.3) and F9 ($70). Check out Shang-Chi Review.

Opened Up With $29.6M

In reaction to Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s statements that the next MCU film is “an intriguing experiment” owing to its 45-day theatrical window, actor Simu Liu appropriately stated regarding Shang-box Chi’s office prospects: “We are not a test subject. We’re the underdogs, the misunderstood. We are the ones that defy the odds. We are a cultural and joyous festival that will endure despite a trying year.

Aside from Shang-Chi at the B.O., there’s the second weekend of Universal/Candyman, MGM’s which took in $2.8 million yesterday, down 69 percent, for a three-day total of $10.4 million (down 53 percent) and a four-day total of $13.3 million, for a total of $41.8 million through 11 days.


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