As per the trusted sources of information, the movie Black Widow has gained the highest number in the pandemic-era box office crown.
The movie, made by Marvel Studios, scored about USD 80 million at the domestic box office when it aired, a lot more than any other movie released amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
As stated by the data from Comscore, around 81% of theaters were open to the public.
As per the trusted sources of information, the “F9” by Universal Studios witnessed the highest record before this, with a box office collection of USD 70 million just in three days after the launch.
As per the stats by Walt Disney, the Black Widow movie witnessed gains of USD 60 million globally by giving access to the film on their platform Disney+ Premier Access.
Walt Disney has shared information about the sales of the Black Widow earned from the streaming service for the first time since their existence.
As per the trusted sources, Chief analyst at Boxoffice.com, Shawn Robbins, stated that this is an unprecedented way in which the reporting of the opening weekend business of a movie is done.
However, Disney deserves the credits for giving the number, what is generated by the actual box office, and what was earned from streaming services.
He further added that hopefully, this sets some standards to give more transparency in the industry. It is also essential to keep the perspective for the unique conditions based on the times we live in, he further stated.