Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Tops North American Box Office for 4th Week

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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever saw weekend ticket sales decrease to an estimated 17.6 million dollars but still extended its rule of the North American box office for a fourth consecutive week, says industry watcher Exhibitor Relations.

The Marvel and Disney sequel had collected around 46 million dollars for the previous period. Still, the movie’s domestic total has now reached an impressive 393.7 million dollars in the international ticket sales. Universal’s new movie ‘Violent Night’ is placed second for the weekend at 13.3 million dollars, a solid opening for an action comedy, said David A. Gross of Franchise Entertainment Research.

The computer-animated sci-fi film from Disney ‘Strange World’ claimed third place while taking in only 4.9 million dollars. Given the film’s 180 million dollar production budget, the movie could also lose over 100 million dollars.

According to a report, in fourth place was the horror-comedy movie ‘The Menu’, at 3.6 million dollars, in which Ralph Fiennes plays a celebrity chef who serves some dark surprises. In the fifth position was Sony’s Devotion, an action film about two US fighter pilots during the Korean War, at 2.8 million dollars.

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The remaining movies in the top 10 list are Black Adam, I Heard the Bells, The Fabelmans, Ticket to Paradise, and Bones and All.