Venom is no turd as it destroys October box office record

Venom is no turd as it destroys October box office record

Venom is no turd as it destroys October box office record

But it seems to have resonated much more with moviegoers: it has a B+ score from viewers on CinemaScore, and in the U.S. it easily shattered Gravity's record to earn the best October opening of all time.

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Internationally, Venom earned $125.2 million, making for a total pull of $205.2 million.

Check back next week for more updates on Venom's box office performance! The film holds a 31% score on review site Rotten Tomatoes. In stark contrast to the overall critical reception, the audience score on the review aggregator is almost 90%.

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One of Marvel's most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom. A Star is Born stormed out of the gates as counter-programming and locked in a $42 million box office.

A Star is Born did much better with the critics, leading to a 91 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Warner Bros.' second weekend of animated entry "Smallfoot" finished third with $14.4 million at 4,151 venues, followed by Universal's second session of Kevin Hart-Tiffany Haddish comedy "Night School" with $12.3 million at 3,019 locations.

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