Marvel‘s ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ set a new Labor Day box office record with a $90 million in earnings over the holiday weekend. According to reports, the film surpassed 2007’s record holder ‘Halloween,’ which garnered $30.6 million. Shang-Chi also earned $75.5 million from 4,300 domestic locations across across three days, and its international earnings came in at around $127.6 million. Shang-Chi’s three-day earnings also marks the second-biggest domestic opening of 2021, just behind ‘Black Widow‘s’ $80.3 million. and above ‘Fast and Furious 9‘s’ $90 million opening.

Shang-Chi will be exclusive to theaters for 45 days before hitting Disney+ Premier Access; Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson, hit both the Disney+ streaming service and theaters on the same day.

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