‘Shang-Chi’ Ruling U.S. Box Office In Third Weekend With $21M

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‘Shang-Chi’ Ruling U.S. Box Office In Third Weekend With $21M
Refresh for more analysis Any doubts about the health of the overall domestic box office continue to wane with Disney/Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings continuing to reign a top in its third weekend $21M, the second-best third weekend result for a September release after Warner Bros.It ($29.75M).

That’s a great -39% hold after a Friday of $5.8M, -40% and the Destin Daniel Cretton directed feature looks to stand by Eod Sunday at $176.1M.

There’s really not a lot to brag about in regards to the rest of newcomers on the chart, many of which are theatrical window releases.

Clint Eastwood’s western Cry Macho is not his best with 53% on Rotten Tomatoes and therefore not his best at the box office with an estimated $1.6M on Friday and $4.7M three-day at 3,967 theaters, and that’s with a theatrical day-and-date and HBO Max release.
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