‘Black Panther Wakanda Forever’ Box Office Leaps Past $400M Globally – The Hollywood Reporter

By Ryan Coogler Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It crossed the $400 million mark at the global box office before heading into its second weekend.

The Marvel Studios and Disney tentpole closed Wednesday with a worldwide total of $400.4 million, with a domestic cume of $213.2 million and an international cume of $187.2 million. Wakanda Forever Launched on November 9 in select international markets.

The sequel opened last weekend in North America to $181 million, a November record. It is also the second-highest box office debut of 2022, behind a fellow Marvel Studios film. Doctor Strange in many forms of madness ($187.4 million). The film’s strong showing helped propel the Disney empire past $3 billion in global ticket sales earlier this week.

Wakanda Forever Expected to remain a powerhouse throughout the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s one of the busiest movie corridors of the year.

As for this weekend, The Curry Leopard The sequel easily stays on the worldwide chart. Domestically, it is expected to earn at least $70 million-plus, which could put its worldwide total at $550 million or more by the end of Sunday.

New wide-ranging offerings at the domestic box office this weekend include Searchlight’s epicurean horror-comedy menu, which is tracking to open in the high single-digits. Universal’s adult drama expectations she saidThis is Chronicles The New York Times Harvey Weinstein’s revelations tend to be more muted.

In the specialty box office, new entries include MGM and United Artists Bones and allIt opens in select theaters on Friday before expanding nationwide on Thanksgiving Eve.

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