from Disney Black Panther: Wakanda Forever topped the US box office rankings for the fourth consecutive weekend, earning $17.6 million this weekend, according to Box Office Mojo, followed by the newly released holiday action-comedy Violent night.
black panther: wakanda forever, the sequel to the 2018 superhero film starring the late Chadwick Boseman, has grossed more than $393 million in US ticket sales since its debut in mid-November, and is the first film since 2021. Spider-Man: No Way Home stay at No. 1 for four consecutive weekends, according to the hollywood reporter.
violent night, From Universal Pictures and starring David Harbor as Santa Claus, it grossed $13.3 million upon opening Friday, according to Box Office Mojo, beating projections for an opening weekend of $10 million. Variety informed.
Disney’s animated adventure film Strange world it continued to flop at the box office, notching just $5 million in sales this weekend at no. 3 in the box office ranking, after debuting on November 23.
The menu of Searchlight Pictures and Devotion from Columbia Pictures ranked fourth and fifth, respectively, in US ticket sales this weekend.
wakandan forever is the third highest-grossing film of the year so far, behind Doctor strange in the multiverse of madness ($411 million) and Top Gun: Maverick ($717 million). The film grossed $181 million domestically in its opening weekend, the second-biggest opening weekend for a film this year, behind strange doctor continuation. Nevertheless, wakandan forever has slightly followed its predecessor, Black Pantherwhich grossed $202 million in its 2018 debut and ultimately grossed $700 million in total US box office sales, making it the biggest film of that year.
Domestic weekend box office grosses (est.)
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Week 4) — $17.6 million
- violent night (Week 1) — $13.3 million
- Strange world (Week 2) — $4.9 million
- The menu (Week 3) — $3.6 million
- Devotion (Week 2) — $2.8 million
- I heard the bells (Week 1) — $1.8 million
- black adam (Week 7) — $1.7 million
- The Fabelmans (Week 4) — $1.3 million
- bones and all (Week 3) — $1.2 million
- ticket to paradise (Week 7) — $850,000
Emancipation, starring Will Smith and directed by filmmaker Antoine Fuqua, kicked off its week-long theatrical debut this weekend ahead of its December 9 premiere on Apple TV+, which typically doesn’t release box office data. The film, which is Smith’s first movie since receiving a 10-year ban from the Academy Awards for slapping Chris Rock onstage earlier this year, opened in fewer than 10 theaters and averaged around $3,000. in sales in each, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Strange world, voiced by Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal, could lose more than $100 million if ticket sales continue at current rates, according to the hollywood reporter. The film has recorded more than $25 million in sales since its premiere on November 23.
what to observe
James Cameron’s debut Avatar: The Path of Water It is expected to give the movie industry a boost after Thanksgiving when it opens on December 16.
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