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Weekend Box Office: Venom Scores Big Opening
The Venom movie starring Tom Hardy. Credit: Youtube
Tuesday, 09 October, 2018 | 07:38 WIB
Weekend Box Office: Venom Scores Big Opening

TEMPO.CO, New York - Sony Pictures `Spider-Man` spinoff `Venom` and Bradley Cooper’s acclaimed remake “A Star Is Born” fueled the best-ever October weekend at North American theaters.

Both films debuted above expectations. “Venom,” starring Tom Hardy as the comic-book antihero, opened with $80.3 million, according to final studio figures Monday.

Sony’s opening effort to create a larger universe for its available Marvel characters shrugged off terrible reviews to set a new box office record for an October debut.

Read also: Tom Hardy says On-screen Venom Stays True to Marvel Comics

Warner Bros.’s anticipated “A Star Is Born,” starring Cooper and Lady Gaga, also opened resoundingly with $42.9 million.

`Venom` attracted a largely male, younger audience, while `A Star Is Born` found predominantly female and older crowds.

The two films together pushed the weekend to more than $175 million in ticket sales, according to comScore, in the traditionally quieter month of October.

AP

 



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