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Eternals Bags $7.6 Million on First Day of International Release

Despite being thrown rocks at by some negative reviews from various sites, Eternals stand tall and proud as it bags $7.6 Million on the very first day of its international release in fourteen different countries, making it ahead of the output of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Black Widow.

In a report from Deadline, Eternals brought home more or less $7.6 Million in box office revenues for its first day of international release in 14 different countries. In Korea alone, they got $2.6 Million, as such is one of the biggest markets Marvel has. In France, they bagged $1.6 Million; $700 thousand in Italy, $600 thousand in Taiwan and Germany, and half a million dollars in Hong Kong. $300 thousand was brought home from Sweden.

The Eternals, however, will lose some markets as it has been confirmed to be banned in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar, possibly due to censorship in the inclusion of having a same-sex couple sharing a kiss which is illegal in said countries. It usually puts a ban on LGBTQ films. The film continues to carry itself despite being pulled down by critics who give negative reviews on the movie, mostly for its inclusion of the first-ever openly gay superhero in the MCU.

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The Eternals are as follows: Ikaris (Richard Madden) is the Prime Eternal, leader of the team; Thena (Angelina Jolie), squaring off as the other leader of the group; Ajak (Salma Hayek), a Trojan War veteran; Gilgamesh (Don Lee/ Dong-seok Ma), also known as the Forgotten One; and Sersi (Gemma Chan), an enchantress and conjurer.

Other members of the Eternals are Makkari (Lauren Ridloff), the deaf speedster; Sprite (Lia McHugh), an Eternal trapped in the body of an 11-year-old; Kingo Sunen (Kumail Nanjiani), the skilled swordsman; Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry), the blacksmith; and Druig (Barry Keoghan), an ominous Eternal.

Marvel’s Eternals premieres on November 5, 2021, exclusively in theaters.

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