Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings remains at the top of the global box office for an incredible fourth weekend just about keeping Dune at number 2 for a second week.
Musical picture Dear Evan Hanson is the top new movie of the weekend at number 5, but this is quite impressive as it was only released in 2 countries.
Global box office QuickView
- Number 1 - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (4th weekend)
- Highest debut - Dear Evan Hanson (@5)
- Longest run - Free Guy (7 weeks)
- Highest total gross - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ($363 Million)
Global box office top 5 breakdown weekend 24th - 26th September 2021
Four weeks in and a fourth weekend at the top for the Marvel superhero movie which this weekend takes $27.2 Million from 45 counties, a 35% drop over last weekend.
The movie has now taken $363.3 Million over its 4 weeks of release and is the fourth highest grossing global movie of 2021.
Dune tried to take Shang-Chi this weekend but did quite get there as the movie takes $26.3 Million over the weekend, a small 29% drop over last week.
The movie is still only released in 32 countries with many big markets yet to come, the movie to date has taken $76.5 Million, and with markets like the UK and US still to come this has a long way to go.
The smash hit Chinese movie is still only released in its home terretory and this weekend remains at number 3 with $10.5 Million over the weekend, this is a 43% drop over last weekend.
The movie has a $58.2 Million total so far.
The smash hit action comedy remains at number 4 this weekend with $9.2 Million from 49 countries, a 32% drop over last weekend.
Despite the fact that the movie is now on its decent now the movie has been on the top 5 for 7 weeks and has taken $317 Million and is the 6th top movie of 2021 globally.
Highest new entry of the week is the music drama which makes its debut at 5 with $7.5 Million, fairly good considering it is only released in 2 countries.
The movie has potential limited appeal and recent movies in the same genre like The Prom found its audience on streaming rather than in cinemas.
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