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‘Black Widow’ raises $ 5 million internationally on day one

After more than a year of delay, ‘Viúva Negra’ has hit theaters in Brazil and several other countries, breaking records.

According to Deadline, the film managed to raise US $ 5 million at the international box office on Wednesday (7) in 11 countries, including France, Italy and the UK, “setting new records for the era of the pandemic “.

“Black Widow” will be released on Sunday in all relevant international markets except China, Taiwan, India, Southeast Asia, South Africa, Uruguay and from Peru.

In addition to the United States, the film was released today in Germany, Russia, Australia, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Mexico and more.

As several theaters have already opened, the film’s theatrical revenue forecast has tripled. According to Variety, the film is expected to fetch between $ 75 million and $ 85 million in US theaters on its first weekend.

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With value, the film becomes the biggest opening in the era of the pandemic, ahead of “The Fast and the Furious 9”, which opened with $ 70 million, and “A Silent Place 2”, which opened for $ 48 million in the United States.

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Worldwide, ‘Black Widow’ is expected to gross $ 135 million in its first weekend.

With over 140 reviews posted, the film received its Fresh Seal of Certificate on Rotten Tomatoes.

When at least 60% of the reviews are positive, the film achieves Fresh status on Rotten Tomatoes and a red tomato icon is prominently displayed on the title page.

According to the general consensus, “the deepest problems are drowning in the midst of so much action, but [o filme] continues as a solid and fun single-player adventure that is guided by a stellar supporting cast.

The feature was 84% ​​approved, with a rating of 7.20 / 10.

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Revision | Black Widow is an electrifying spectacle of action scenes, with very complex subjects

“A satisfying mix of muscle and emotion” – Time Out.

“Even eleven years later, Natasha Romanoff won a film that does justice to her status as a legendary spy” – Cinemanía.

“’Black Widow’ gives Nat a legacy that can extend deep into the MCU and change it for the better” – Den of Geek.

“[O filme] appears to be a missed opportunity – an energetic addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe that calms audiences down until bigger, richer adventures arrive. – Screen International.

“Although I am not sure why the film had to exist, I believe that [a diretora] Cate Shortland has produced a truly fascinating and entertaining piece of work ”- Le Noir Author.

In the spy thriller, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker aspects of her rationality when a dangerous plot linked to her past emerges. Pursued by a force that won’t stop until it destroys it, Natasha must come to terms with her spy story and the broken relationships left after becoming an Avenger.

In addition to Johansson in the lead role, the cast includes David Harbor, Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh and OT Fagbenle.

The production is directed by Cate Shortland, from a screenplay by Jac Schaeffer.

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