Black Panther Wakanda Forever has garnered impressive box office sales worldwide since its release on November 11th. The superhero film, directed by Ryan Coogler, has become the second-biggest Hollywood debut of 2022 and is doing well at the box office.
On November 11th, Black Panther Wakanda Forever, Marvel’s latest offering, got off to a strong start. The film grossed Rs 15.05 crore on Day 1 in India. The film made even more money in its debut weekend in Indian cinemas, surpassing the Rs 50 crore threshold. Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has grossed more than US$330 million (about Rs.2.7 billion) to date worldwide. The Walt Disney Co. estimates that over 4,396 theaters in the United States and Canada have sold $180 million worth of tickets for the Marvel sequel. As a result, it enjoyed the second-biggest opening of the year, behind Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Black Panther had their 13th best opening weekend ever in the US. “One of the top 15 openings of all time tells me that the box office does pretty well when the audience has something to see,” said Jeff Bock, senior media analyst at Exhibitor Relations Co. “Marvel always offers something that audiences crave to see.”
“Some might have hoped for $200 million like the first film, but this is solid,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. “This is the kind of film that theaters really need to wow audiences.”
About Black Panther Wakanda Forever
White Panther A successor to Black Panther, released in 2018, is Wakanda Forever. The new film focuses on what happens after T’Challa, portrayed by the late Chadwick Boseman, dies. Letitia Wright and Lupita Nyong’o star in Wakanda Forever. Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Dominique Thorne and Michaela Coel are some of the actors in the cast.
Ryan Coogler is the director of the film. He previously directed the superhero film Black Panther, the biographical drama Fruitvale Station, and the sports drama Creed.
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