Even with the Delta strain of coronavirus infected, Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings are doing well at the box office. The film grossed approximately $90 million in the United States during its opening weekend.
Thanks to that opening weekend, the release has set a whole new record for Labor Day weekend, and it’s now three times higher than it was before. Disney will be happy, though the question now is how the full feature will be and whether next week’s release will be a major drop. Regardless, it turns out that it doesn’t take a lot of money to make use of it shang chi to achieve success.
Low production budget
It turns out that the Marvel movie cost only 150 million dollars. This is mainly due to the massive tax benefit of $50 million that Marvel Studios received from the Australian government.
This makes the film very low cost. The first two films about Thor, and the first about Captain America, Hulk and Ant-Man are at this level. No other Marvel movie has had such a low production budget.
The film continues to do well with audiences and critics. At this moment is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, at 92 percent. In addition, the film achieved 98 percent with the audience with over 5,000 reviews. And so Marvel Studios is already looking into a potential sequel!
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