For the second consecutive weekend, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” was No. 1 at the box office.
The latest superhero film from Marvel had a domestic take of $35.8 million during its second weekend across 4,300 theaters, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ticket sales for the movie, which stars Simu Liu and Awkwafina, fell 53% from its first weekend, Variety reported. However, “Shang-Chi” has fared better than Marvel’s last superhero effort, “Black Widow,” which fell 70% during its second week.
“Shang-Chi’s” second-week numbers have been helped by it being limited to theaters. Black Widow opened simultaneously in theaters and on the Disney+ streaming service, according to Variety.
“Shang-Chi” now owns the largest second weekend since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Black Widow” grossed $25.8 million during its second weekend.
In domestic theaters, “Shang-Chi” has grossed $145.6 million, which includes a $90 million showing during its debut weekend, the website reported.
Globally, “Shang-Chi” has grossed more than $257.6 million, making it the fourth-highest grossing film of 2021, according to Variety.
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