Marvel's "Eternal Race" North American premiere weekend box office strong, reaching 71 million US dollars, but failed to surpass "Black Widow" and "Shang Chi".

According to Variety reports, the box office for the premiere of "Eternal Race" was slightly lower than high-end expectations. The film's premiere box office was between 75 million and 80 million US dollars.

The box office revenue of the film’s first weekend was also lower than that of other popular movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as "Black Widow" at US$80.3 million and "Shang chi" at US$75.3 million. It's not as good as the $90 million in "Venom: Carnage."

In the international market, "Eternal Race" won another 90.7 million US dollars in the box office, bringing the film's global box office to 167.1 million US dollars.

One of the reasons why "Eternal Family" has not caught up with other movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be related to its response in the critics.

At present, the freshness of the film Rotten Tomatoes is 48%, and it is the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to receive the Rotten Tomatoes "Rotten Film" rating.

Jeff Bock, an analyst at the North American Cinemas League, said: "You have to look at things objectively. For other studios, such results will be very, very successful. But for Disney, the disturbing news is "The criticism received and how this will affect future word-of-mouth. You can see the box office plummeting in the second or third weekend."

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