Eternals movie tickets sales beating the most famous marvel series movies
Just a few days in release, Marvel’s studio new movie Eternals is already beating the other famous movies of Marvels like ‘Black Widow’ and Shang Chi and the legend of the ten rings in ticket sales
Just a few days in release, Marvel’s studio new movie Eternals is already beating the other famous movies of Marvels like ‘Black Widow’ and Shang Chi and the legend of the ten rings in ticket sales. The movie is all set to release on 5th November.
Excitement for Eternals arrival can be seen in the ticket sales or the movie. Fans are buying tickets for the show in advance. This is the reason, speculations have been started that Eternals might break the record of Black Widow. Presently, the record has been held by Venom: Let there be carnage, which recently broke the record of the Black widow in just three days by earning 90 million. Eternals seems to be one of the biggest Marvel movies after the pandemic has hit the world.
Though due to pandemics with only fifty percent seat occupancy is allowed in order to make social distancing, it is very hard to predict the performance of the movie. Still, the excitement of fans and advance booking of the ticket is bringing a smile to the face of marvel studio and the director is also fully confident that this time also the movie will be hit and will be watched with the same excitement which was observed previously.
The movie was all set to release in 2020 but was delayed several times due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Eternal is an assembled story of cosmic theory dating 7000 years ago which is directed by Chloe Zhao. The film has megastars like Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan along with Richard Madden, Kit Harington and Kumail Nanjiani are playing crucial roles in the movie. The film is directed by Academy award-winning director Chloe Zhao which is her first marvel movie and produced by Marvel Studio. Ramin Djwadi is all set to give music in the film. This would be the twenty-sixth movie of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The movie was announced in 2018 by the president of Marvel Studios – Kevin Feige.