Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ Racks Up $161.7 Million at Global Box Office

It's unclear when the film will hit China. Next week, "Eternals" will open in Russia and Indonesia. The movie, which features Marvel's first on-screen openly gay superhero, has been banned in markets where homosexuality is criminalized, such as Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia
"It shows the incredible brand equity that Marvel enjoys around the world and the fan loyalty it generates." "It really played well internationally," says Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore.
Here's how other notable Hollywood movies fared:
But its global result is a tribute to Marvel's sway with audiences around the world. Domestically, the film, which has been given the cold shoulder by critics, debuted to $71 million, which was slightly below projections. The latest entry in the MCU picked up $90.7 million internationally, which pushes its global total to a lordly $161.7 million. The film opened in several major markets, picking up $14.4 million in South Korea, $7.1 million in the United Kingdom, $6.7 million in France, $5.7 million in Mexico, $5 million in Australia and $4.6 million in Italy.
Marvel's "Eternals" achieved global domination at the box office.
Only "F9" with $721.1 million globally has made more in the COVID era. Its total now stands at $667.1 million. -MGM and UAR's "No Time to Die," which marks Daniel Craig's last outing as 007, continued to hit impressive box office heights, at least considering the pandemic of it all. The James Bond sequel picked up $27.2 million.
That brings its worldwide total to $330.4 million. -"Dune," Legendary and Warner Bros.' adaptation of Frank Herbert's sci-fi epic, generated an estimated $11.1 million this weekend from 75 markets.
-Sony's "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" took in $11.4 million this weekend from 54 total markets to push its global total to $424.6 million.” />

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