According to estimates Sunday, the two very different films fueled an unusually robust October weekend at the North American box office.
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Sony took a large gamble with their Venom movie.
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Despite all of the critical teeth-gnashing and the suspicions that Venom was going to be a turkey of epic proportions, Sony's first Spider-Man spin-off pulled the proverbial rope-a-dope on its first weekend and broke box office records. In stark contrast to the overall critical reception, the audience score on the review aggregator is almost 90%.
Venom earned $80 million domestic, which is well past Deadline's projected $65 million estimate. Venom has had one of the best opening weekends amongst superhero movies in recent years, topping Doctor Strange, Wonder Woman, and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
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.