September 6, 2021 | 4:59 pm
Marvel Studios’ first Asian superhero has made his debut on US and Canadian screens, according to provisional figures from specialist Exhibitor Relations published Sunday.
“Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten RingsThe latest release from Disney-owned Marvel Studios raised $71.4 billion between Friday and Sunday, a record for Labor Day weekend, which falls on Monday in the United States.
The film, which takes place in a China A fictional blend of giant creatures, mysticism and kung fu, it’s the first Marvel Studios to have an Asian director (Destin Daniel Creighton) and a cast also dominated by stars from that continent, led by Chinese Canadian Simo Liu.
play last shang chi, who escaped from a bullying father in his teens and found himself roaming the United States.
The film, which received rave reviews for its battles, with its virtuous choreography, became the second highest-grossing release of the year, right after another successful Marvel production,”Black Widow(Return of $80 million at launch).
“candy man, from Universal, a remake of the popular 1992 horror movie, which topped the box office a week ago with much lower revenue ($22 million), now ranks second before action comedy.free man“.