Venom: Let There Be Carnage and the latest Bond film, No Time To Die, both had record opening weekends, therefore AMC stock climbed slightly in premarket trade on Monday.

The multiplex operator announced that it has set new post-reopening records for global attendance, admission revenue, and food and beverage sales in a single weekend.

Let There Be Carnage, a Sony film, opened to an estimated $90 million in the United States, making it the second-largest domestic opening in October film history.Daniel Craig is sleek in new James Bond: No Time To Die poster | Metro News

Venom: Let There Be Carnage and the latest Bond film, No Time To Die, both had record opening weekends, therefore AMC stock climbed 1.5 percent in premarket trade on Monday.

The multiplex operator announced that it has set new post-reopening records for global attendance, admission revenue, and food and beverage sales in a single weekend.

Let There Be Carnage, a Sony film, opened to an estimated $90 million in the United States, making it the second-largest domestic opening in October film history.