Return to Theatres: “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” Scores Record Breaking $90.1 Million Opening Weekend
Everyone in the movie biz was waiting for “No Time to Die” to lure theatergoers back into multi-plexes.
But now, a Marvel movie from Sony has done the trick one week early.
“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” scored a whopping, record breaking $90.1 million opening weekend. That’s $20 million more than Marvel-Disney’s “Shang Chi” just a couple of weeks ago. “Carnage” is now the biggest movie of the pandemic era.
“Carnage” is now the second biggest October weekend opener ever, just behind 2019’s “Joker” with $96 million.
What does this mean for the James Bond film? In the UK, “No Time to Die” is already setting its own records after opening on Friday. So stay tuned…