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”Venom: Let There Be Carnage” roarewd to $90.0 million in its debut setting a new pandemic record.

The new pandemic record is an impressive result, one that provides a lifeline to struggling movie theaters and proves Marvel’s might at the box office.

The follow-up film is darker and leaves the door open for more symbiote to be told. ”Venom_ Let There be Carnage” comes from Sony Pictures and is separate from Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is on track to join the blockbusters (Disney's recently delivered ”Shang-Chi and the Legendas of the rings' ' and ”Black Widow' ') which are 2021's biggest earners.

The film is only playing in the cinemas, as opposed to being available in a hybrid release on-demand – a factor that should help ticket sales.

The supervillain sequel, starring Tom Hardy as the otherworldly lethal protector, blew past the pandemic-era benchmark series in July by ”Black widow” which opened to $80 million in theaters.


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