Box Office: ‘No Time to Die’ Opens to $56M Domestically, Crosses $300M Globally https://t.co/fB2X2iCyAK— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) October 10, 2021
Theaters got another big weekend with the release of No Time to Die. The final Daniel Craig outing as Bond grossed a great $56 million. Worldwide, the film took in $145 million and has crossed the $300 million mark.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage dropped 64% to take in $32 million. Its domestic gross sits at $141 million.
The two were followed by The Addams Family 2 with $10 million, and Shang-Chi with $4.2 million. The Many Saints of Neward dropped 69% to $1.45 million to round out the Top 5. Warners did say the film is doing well on HBO Max and has lead to Sopranos viewing tripling on the service.
Lamb also opened this weekend to $1 million from 583 theaters.
Next weekend sees the release of The Last Duel, Halloween Kills in theaters/Peacock, Bergman Island, and The Velvet Underground documentary.