I am so happy this movie is doing so well! ~V
The Marvel Studios’ film starring Simu Liu is the second-biggest domestic opening of the year with $75.5 million for the three-day weekend.
Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings is making a heroic showing at the box office, where it has smashed the record for Labor Day openings with a four-day haul of $90 million and has posted the second-biggest three-day debut of the pandemic year so far, behind fellow Marvel Studios pic Black Widow.
Shang-Chi, from filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton brought in a domestic three-day total of $75.5 million from 4,300 locations. Shang-Chi‘s global haul is an estimated $127.6 million.
The PG-13 movie, which earned positive reviews and a glowing A Cinemascore, stars Simu Liu as Marvel’s newest hero and is the studio’s first to center on an Asian lead.
Its three-day haul is the second-biggest domestic opening of the year, behind Black Widow, which debuted to $80.3 million over three days in July, and ahead of Universal’s F9, which brought in $70 million in late June. As far as September releases, only Universal’s It (2017) and It: Chapter Two (2019) topped Shang-Chi‘s domestic opening.
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