Marvel won the box office yet again, but the second weekend is looking weak for the new team film.
First place this week went to The Eternals with $71M domestic and a global opening of $161.7M. The CinemaScore came in as a “B,” however, and that could spell a very rough second weekend for the film.
Dune took second place with $7.62M for a new domestic total of $83.94M, and globally it’s sitting at $330.44M. A sequel was confirmed to be in the works.
Third place went to No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, with $6.18M for a domestic total of $143.15M. Globally the film sits at $667.45M.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage landed in fourth place with $4.46M. Domestically it sits at $197M and globally at $424.6M.
Fifth place went to Ron’s Gone Wrong with $3.6M for a new domestic total of $17.57M.
The next wide release is Clifford the Big Red Dog on Nov. 10.