Carnage is still ripping it up.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage–the sequel to the 2018 Marvel horror hit–this week passed its predecessor in one important area: domestic box office receipts, according to a report on Deadline.
The sequel–which opened in theaters last October–has hung around long enough to rake in $213,517 million stateside, edging out Venom’s $213,515 million haul. Carnage earned $18,500 at 725 theaters yesterday, pushing it through the tape.
Carnage’s debut weekend last fall pulled down a cool $90 million, which was the benchmark for a pandemic opening until Spider–Man: No Way Home swung in with its $260 million coming-out party.
In addition, Carnage this week passed the half-billion-dollar mark globally, checking in now with an impressive $506 million worldwide.
Carnage–directed by Andy Serkis from a screenplay by Kelly Marcel–follows Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), the host of the symbiote Venom, as he battles another symbiote, Carnage, inhabiting the body of serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson).
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