Shang-Chi blew up the box office in its theatrical debut

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings debuted this week in theaters around the world. It is a strong bet of Marvel: an Asian superhero who reaches the MCU with the aim of moving forward with the inclusion within the brand. Those responsible for the project always showed confidence in the film and the work they were doing. This is how the protagonist made it known Simu Liu and the director Destin Daniel Cretton in the previous one. They were not wrong!

The film is the brand’s first to be released exclusively in theaters since Spider-Man: Far From Home and is about to break the record of Labor Day in North America. The numbers of this adventure full of martial arts and mysticism are astonishing. In the United States, it has raised 71.4 million dollars in 4,300 theaters. Internationally we also speak of a good performance: 127.6 million dollars.

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In this way, Shang-Chi was second in terms of collection in this period of time, behind Black Widow which totaled 80.4 million dollars and ahead of Fast and furious 9 with its 70 million dollars in June. The film ranks third in terms of September premieres, behind It and It: Capítulo 2.

Shang-Chi tells the story of a young Asian man who lives in San Francisco when his father, head of the criminal organization The ten rings, seeks him with the aim of helping him rescue his mother who is lost in a magical village. Not everything is what it seems. Wen Wu, the father of Shang and mighty bearer of the Ten rings, you could be acting in a hasty manner.

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Estimates of the film’s collection? Taking into account Monday the United States holiday, the latest screening spoke of $ 85 million for the film. Disney he calculated about 83.5 million of the green coin. And the specialists were encouraged to speak of 89.2 million dollars. The figure would rise to about 145.4 million dollars in the world market. These numbers would be an absolute record for the Labor Day from Halloween (2007), that reached 30.6 million dollars in those 4 days.

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