Marvel’s Black Widow establishes new box office record
Marvel’s Black Widow is the first MCU film since 2019, and keeping in mind that the Disney+ shows have been keeping fans held over, they want the big screen experience. That is the reason it’s nothing unexpected at all that Natasha Romanoff’s solo outing has beaten the pandemic time record at the box office.
As announced by Variety, the film made more than $80 million – assessed to be pretty much as high as $87 million – at the US box office in its opening weekend, adequately beating past record-holder Fast 9, which did about $70 million in its opening weekend.
Black Widow’s international box office was comparatively noteworthy, procuring another $78 million from 46 non-US markets.
Yet, shouldn’t something be said about the Disney+ numbers, we hear you inquire? All things considered, it’s uncommon for streaming services to officially affirm these figures, yet the House of Mouse has gone on record to report that the film has made more than $60 million from individuals paying for Premier Access all throughout the world.
Generally speaking, Black Widow has made basically $218 million in its opening weekend. For correlation, Spider-Man: Far From Home did $580 million worldwide in its opening weekend in pre-pandemic times.
With the film being out on Disney+, you can go through the film and check whether you can recognize all the Easter eggs and references.
Black Widow is out now in UK and US films, and is likewise streaming on Disney+ with Premier Access.