US-born Canadian actor Simu Liu, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings whose full Marvel movie premiered on Labor Day weekend. Took to Twitter on Tuesday to silence his critics who thought the film would be a flop. "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" bing opened in theaters on September 3. The film grossed $ 140 million worldwide on opening weekend and is the first Marvel Studios film to feature an Asian lead.
"Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" swept the United States box office this weekend. gave hope to cinemas still at half speed due to the pandemic and the expansion of the delta variant. The new Marvel tape was the release in capital letters this long weekend in the US, since this Monday is a holiday for Labor Day.
In the absence Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings of the definitive data on Monday. the estimates of the box office experts, cited by the Deadline portal. Point out that "Shang-Chi" will obtain around 90 million dollars in its launch weekend in the "domestic" section. Which in the jargon of the industry groups together the revenues of theaters in the US and Canada.
This magnificent collection would place "Shang-Chi" among the best releases in the US since the pandemic began. A ranking that until now led "Black Widow", another title in the inexhaustible and successful Marvel saga.
In addition, the film starring Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings could also be seen. On Disney + with a "premium" access of $ 30, something that was not possible with "Shang-Chi", which was an exclusive premiere for the big screen.
Returning to "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings", this film headed by Simu Liu. Represents an ambitious attempt within Marvel to embrace Asian culture and identity to increase. The diversity and inclusion of its catalog. This film tells the story of a Chinese boy who was instructed in martial arts and who. As an adult and with a completely normal life in San Francisco (USA), must face the dark secrets of his family.