Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021) harvested a better than expected $40.1 million to lead this weekend’s box office.
The David Gordon Green-directed sequel rang up $50.4 million, becoming the best horror opening in the pandemic era, besting Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part II by a few million
No Time to Die, collected $56 million for the top spot at the weekend box office, unseating last week’s champ, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which finished in second place with $32 million.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage shocked the entertainment industry this weekend with an unpredicted $90.1 million dollar feast, leading one of the most profitable October weekends in history, pandemic or not.
With four straight weekend wins (the first film to do so since 2020’s Tenet), Disney’s strategy to exclusively exhibit Shang-Chi in theaters continues to pay off.
As everyone knows, Shang-Chi packs a punch, but The Master of Kung-Fu is also famous for his stamina!