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Venom 2 Movies Rips Into $62.3 Million, No Time to Die Movies Nears $450 Million Globally

Sony’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” loomed large at the international box office this weekend, sinking its prodigious chompers into $62.3 million. That pushes the superhero adventure’s global haul to a muscular $283.7 million. “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” expanded to 44 international markets over the weekend, including such major markets as the U.K., Italy, Spain, South Korea and India. The coming days will see the “Venom” sequel bow in France and Germany, with Australia on tap for November and an opening in Japan planned for December.

MGM and Eon’s “No Time to Die,” which Universal is releasing internationally, continued to perform well overseas. The 007 sequel marks Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond, and fans appear to be turning out to bid farewell. The film pulled in $54 million overseas, bringing its global gross to $447.5 million. The film still hasn’t opened in China, where it is set to debut on Oct. 29. But it has done particularly robust business in the U.K. and Ireland, where “No Time to Die” has grossed $92.9 million.

Warner Bros.’ “Dune” continued to build an impressive head of steam as it barrels towards its domestic opening next weekend. The ambitious adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sprawling sci-fi epic grossed $8.5 million this weekend, that included openings in Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Greece. “Dune” has earned $129.3 million overseas so far.

“The Last Duel,” a medieval drama that stars Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, collapsed at the domestic box office and didn’t get much of a lift internationally. The 20th Century Studios release earned $4.2 million from 37 territories, pushing its global total to a disastrous $9 million. The costly film is looking like a major money loser for Disney, which gained the rights when it absorbed 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets in 2019.

Disney did have something to celebrate, however. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” earned $3.6 million internationally, which pushes its global gross to $414.3 million.

Venom 2 Movies Rips Into $62.3 Million, No Time to Die Movies Nears $450 Million Globally

Sony’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage Online” loomed large at the international box office this weekend, sinking its prodigious chompers into $62.3 million. That pushes the superhero adventure’s global haul to a muscular $283.7 million. “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” expanded to 44 international markets over the weekend, including such major markets as the U.K., Italy, Spain, South Korea and India. The coming days will see the “Venom” sequel bow in France and Germany, with Australia on tap for November and an opening in Japan planned for December.

MGM and Eon’s “No Time to Die,” which Universal is releasing internationally, continued to perform well overseas. The 007 sequel marks Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond, and fans appear to be turning out to bid farewell. The film pulled in $54 million overseas, bringing its global gross to $447.5 million. The film still hasn’t opened in China, where it is set to debut on Oct. 29. But it has done particularly robust business in the U.K. and Ireland, where “No Time to Die” has grossed $92.9 million.

Warner Bros.’ “Dune” continued to build an impressive head of steam as it barrels towards its domestic opening next weekend. The ambitious adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sprawling sci-fi epic grossed $8.5 million this weekend, that included openings in Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Greece. “Dune” has earned $129.3 million overseas so far.

“The Last Duel,” a medieval drama that stars Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, collapsed at the domestic box office and didn’t get much of a lift internationally. The 20th Century Studios release earned $4.2 million from 37 territories, pushing its global total to a disastrous $9 million. The costly film is looking like a major money loser for Disney, which gained the rights when it absorbed 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets in 2019.

Disney did have something to celebrate, however. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” earned $3.6 million internationally, which pushes its global gross to $414.3 million.

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Chews up Korea’s Box Office Weekend

“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” gave a much-needed jolt to the South Korean box office with a $6.66 million opening weekend. But there were slim pickings for other titles.

The film played on nearly 2,000 screens and accounted for 81% of nationwide box office between Friday and Sunday, according to data from Kobis, the tracking service operated by the Korean Film Council (Kofic).

Including the film’s Wednesday and Thursday opening days, Venom 2 Movies has $9.26 million after five days of release.

The Venom performance lifted the overall weekend box office total from a paltry $3.73 million a week earlier, to $8.17 million.

The bright opening for “Venom 2” also contrasts sharply with the poor performance of “No Time To Die” in South Korea. The James Bond film enjoyed two weeks at the top of the chart and slipped to second place with $551,000 over the most recent weekend. But its numbers have been consistently weak. “Venom 2” has a gross after five days that is largely equal to the 18-day total of No Time To Die on $9.50 million.

Korea’s box office continues to operate under COVID-restrictions on capacity. All year, the cinema industry has suffered from a lack of audience confidence and a shortage of releases by major local films. The result has been consistently depressed performances, punctuated by occasional bursts of activity.

The opening for “Venom 2” is bright in comparison with other openings this year but is still a way short of franchise opener “Venom,” which released at the same time of year in 2018. The previous “Venom” debuted with a $16.5 million opening weekend and went on to earn $30.2 million in Korean theaters.

Over the most recent weekend, Korean films “On the Line” earned $293,000 in third place, for a cumulative of $11.3 million since September 15, and “Miracle” added $155,000 in fourth spot, for a cumulative of $5.21 million.

No other film earned $100,000 over the weekend.