Wonder Studios’ “Eternals” is quiet No. 1 on the field office charts with an estimated 2nd weekend total of $27 million whereas Paramount’s “Clifford the Gargantuan Crimson Canine” is the sole new addition to the discontinue 5.
For “Eternals,” which grossed $7.8 million on its 2nd Friday, the early numbers for the weekend are neither the perfect nor the worst case scenario for the poorest-bought movie in Wonder Studios ancient past, representing a 62% fall from its $71 million opening weekend as it’s now estimated to withhold a total of $118 million after 10 days.
For comparison, Wonder’s “Shang-Chi and the Chronicle of the Ten Rings” had a bigger 2nd weekend total of $34.7 million, riding high from stable viewers and severe reception. On the utterly different hand, “Eternals” is doing a minute better this weekend than “Dim Widow,” which had a $25 million 2nd weekend total whereas also being on hand as a top class offering on Disney+.
“Clifford” is No. 2 this weekend with $4.2 million grossed from 3,700 locations and is estimated to accomplish $14.5 million from Friday to Sunday. The family movie opened in theaters and on Paramount+ on Wednesday and has grossed $5.5 million to this point, which would give it an prolonged opening of $20 million. Critics were blended with a 48% Noxious Tomatoes ranking but family audiences were cosy with an A on CinemaScore.
October holdovers total the discontinue 5, with Warner Bros./Legendary’s “Dune” taking $5.5 million in its fourth weekend for a total of $93 million. MGM’s “No Time to Die” has reached a milestone on its sixth weekend with $4.5 million grossed, bringing its home total to $150 million.
And Sony’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” has hit an even bigger field office milestone in its seventh weekend, grossing $3.8 million to raise its home earnings past the $200 million label. Greatest “Shang-Chi” has reached that label this year.