Domestic Box Office Revenue For ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Surpasses $367 Million

Disney‘s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever won the extended Thanksgiving weekend at the box office with an estimated $64 million over five days, beating predictions by a few million dollars. The action-adventure Strange World, the most recent animated film from the House of Mouse, flopped with only $18.6 million.

Wakanda Forever made $181 million in its first weekend of release and $66 million the following weekend. With the third weekend of $64 million, the film’s cumulative domestic sales have reached $367 million and have exceeded $650 million.

In 2018, the first Black Panther movie, which was also directed by Ryan Coogler of Wakanda Forever, generated an astounding $700 million domestically and $1.3 billion globally.

At the domestic box office, Wakanda Forever has now surpassed fellow Marvel sequel Thor: Love and Thunder, and in the upcoming weeks, it is expected to surpass Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ $411 million lifetime earnings.

Since its release, the critically acclaimed movie has done remarkably well, earning over $675 million worldwide and crossing the $367 million domestic box office barrier.

While featuring breathtaking set pieces and action scenes, the movie masterfully explores the themes of loss, grief, and bereavement. Several members of the cast have received Academy Awards for their outstanding performances.

There are recurring actors from the first film in this sequel including Queen Ramonda as Bessette, M’Baku as Duke, and Nyong’o as Wardog Nakia.

Martin Freeman plays Everett Ross, and Letitia Wright portrays Shuri. Also stars Dominic Thorne Riri Williams as Ironheart and Tenoch Huerta Mejia as Namor.


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