Black Panther: Wakanda Forever claims the weekend box office

By Alexandra Heilbron on November 13, 2022 | Leave a Comment


Black Panther: Wakanda Forever photo by Annette Brown/2022 MarvelAs expected, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has claimed the top of the weekend box office. The sequel to one of the highest-grossing films of all time, it debuted to the tune of $181.3 million at the domestic box office and $150 internationally for a global total of $330 million. That marks the third highest opening during the pandemic era.

In its fourth weekend, Black Adam starring Dwayne Johnson slid into second place, earning an additional $8.1 million for a total take of $150.6 million.

Ticket to Paradise starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts held onto third place for another weekend, taking in an additional $5.9 million for a four-week total of $56.3 million.

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile climbed back into the top five, settling into fourth place with another $3.2 million. It now has a total take of $40.8 million since its debut in theaters on October 7, 2022.

Rounding out the top five was the horror movie Smile, which earned an extra $2.3 million in its seventh weekend for a total of $102.8 million. ~Alexandra Heilbron



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