October 16, 2021

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The ‘Venom’ sequel has opened at the domestic box office for 90 million

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“Venom: Let the Bee Carnegie” roared to নতুন 90 million during its debut, setting a new epidemic record. This is an impressive result, which provides a lifeline to the battle of the movie theater and (again) proves the power of Marvel at the box office.

The much-anticipated “Venom” follow-up comes from Sony Pictures and is different from Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, which recently had “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and “Black Widow” দ two highest-grossing films at the domestic box office. If there is any indication of his first three days in theaters, “Poison: Let the Be Carnegie” may find itself in that group as the biggest earner of 2021. Unlike hybrid on-demand releases, the movie is only going to be a movie, which should help sell tickets.

“We are also pleased that Patience and Drama Monopoly has been rewarded with record results,” Sony Chairman Tom Rothman said in a statement. “I apologize to Mr. Twain: the death of the film has been greatly exaggerated.”

The supervillain sequel, starring Tom Hardy as the world’s deadliest defender, surpassed the previous epidemic-record holder “Black Widow”, which opened in July for 80 million. Of course, these differences come with a COVID-sized caution because the presence was not close to reaching the pre-plague stage. This makes the opening ticket sales for “Poison: Let the Carnegie” even more impressive – almost consistent with the adventures of the original comic book.

The Sony movie “Venom” was released in 2011 for Sony 800 million, years after the devastating global health crisis. Despite the horrific reviews, the first film became a box office juggernaut, grossing $ 213 million in North America and $ 856 million worldwide. “Venom” was particularly huge in China, where the 2018 movie collected 26 269 million. The country, which became the world’s largest film market during the epidemic, will be critical to the success of “Poison: Let the Be Carnegie.” The sequel has no release date in China yet. While it is expected to open there, the country has denied “Black Widow”, “Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and other major Hollywood titles.

“Younger adult viewers are less frustrated by the current epidemic situation than older and family movie viewers, who are benefiting from superhero, action and horror movies,” said David A. Gross, director of Franchise Entertainment Research, the film’s consulting firm. He added: “For these films, acting on the big screen in particular is definitely an advantage.”

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