Deadline Hollywood reports:
Disney is proving they can open a Marvel movie anywhere on the calendar, even during a pandemic as Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings posted the third best opening day during the pandemic with $29.6M (just behind F9‘s $29.9M) with what will feasibly be the biggest Labor Day opening weekend of all-time with $75M-$85M+ over four-days. On a three-day measure, Shang-Chi is estimated to bring in $67.8M which is the third best debut during Covid times after Black Widow‘s $80.3M and F9‘s $70M.
Read the full article.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is cause for celebration: Marvel’s first superhero film with an Asian lead, an Asian American director and writer, and based on a character who was actually Asian in the original comic. But oof, that comic. https://t.co/h3rUGCONNu
— New York Times Arts (@nytimesarts) September 3, 2021