Shang-Chi, how much have you raised at your premiere around the world? Success for Marvel

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has begun its journey in theaters surrounded by a notable success at the box office. The new installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Phase 4 has been a surprise for Disney after the long pandemic when registering $ 139.7 million in worldwide turnover.

As reported Forbes, the film has not only been a success by the specialized critics and the public (92% approval in Rotten Tomatoes), but also an oxygen balloon for a Disney that did not come from receiving great joys in theaters with hybrid premieres such as Black Widow, which reached Diney + and the big screen at the same time.

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings beats Fast & Furious 9

This time it was different with the new MCU superhero character, one of the not so popular in the world of cinema. Simu Liu’s role as Shang-Chi has billed $ 83.5 million in four days (71.4 million from Friday to Sunday) in United States; above the $ 70 million domestic of Fast and Furious 9 and slightly below $ 80 million in three days of the premiere of Black Widow.

The section from Friday to Sunday on a holiday bridge (September 6 was the Labor Day in the United States) continues to be led by Spider-Man (2002), Sam Raimi’s first film featuring the tremamuros, with 114 million dollars.

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The 83.5 million Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is set to the standards of other great icons such as Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Strange, with ranks of between 85 and 95 million dollars in its debut in similar premieres, with a bridge between.

You can read our criticism of the film in MeriStation here, where we consider it as a surprise for a UCM that needed freshness and new ways to tell stories of its great figures.


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