U.S. Box Office: ‘Shang-Chi’ Retains No. 1 Spot as Clint Eastwood’s ‘Cry Macho’ and Gerard Butler’s ‘Copshop’ Crater

U.S. Box Office: ‘Shang-Chi’ Retains No. 1 Spot as Clint Eastwood’s ‘Cry Macho’ and Gerard Butler’s ‘Copshop’ Crater
Disney’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” ruled the domestic box office again while Clint Eastwood’s Western drama “Cry Macho” and Gerard Butler’s R-rated action-thriller “Copshop” crumbled in their debuts, highlighting the disparity between the kind of movies people are willing to venture out to see during the pandemic.

“Shang-Chi,” the first Marvel superhero adventure to feature an Asian star and predominately Asian cast, pulled in a mighty $21 million in its third weekend of release, marking a decline of just 39% from the previous weekend. The film has generated an impressive $176.9 million at the domestic box office to date.

Ticket sales for “Shang-Chi” are particularly notable because the film, which opened earlier this month, brought in more money between Friday and Sunday than this weekend’s two new nationwide releases — “Cry Macho” and “Copshop” — combined. Those films failed to connect in theaters because they were targeting older moviegoers,
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