Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, record opening at the US box office with 180 million

Best debut ever for a film in November for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which shocks the US box office with 180 million receipts.

After the success of the first Black Panther, the success at the box office of the sequel was not taken for granted Black Panther: Wakanda Forever which, however, according to what we have seen so far, has respected the predictions with a record debut from 180 million al US box office – and a theatrical average of $ 41,000 – making it the best debut ever for a film in November. The previous reecord belonged to The Hunger Games: Girl on Fire, which marked a $ 158 million debut in November 2013. Here’s ours. Black Panther review: Wakanda ForeverMarvel has decided not to choose another actor to replace the late protagonist Chadwick Boseman, but he has incorporated T’Challa’s death into the story. The sequel is in fact set after the death of King T’Challa, with the kingdom of Wakanda trying to move forward without its ruler.

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Ousted from first place, Black Adam consolidates his takings by collecting another 8.6 million dollars that lead the cinecomic starring Dwayne Johnson to exceed 151 million. As ours reveals review by Black Adam, Dwayne Johnson plays the role of the furious Teth-Adam, who is imprisoned by the gods and transforms into Black Adam. After about 5,000 years, he returns to freedom and discovers that his he only form of justice, born of anger, is endangered by the heroes of our times: the Justice Society made up of Hawkman, Doctor Fate, Atom Smasher and Cyclone.

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In third position resists Ticket to Paradise, the romcom played by friends and colleagues George Clooney and Julia Roberts collects another 6.1 million and reaches a total of 56.5 million in four weeks. This is notable above all because it marks a potential return of the American public’s interest in a declining genre such as roncom. As we read in ours Ticket To Paradise reviewGeorge Clooney and Julia Roberts play an ex-married couple who rush to Bali to prevent their daughter from making the same mistake as they do by marrying a handsome boy they met on the island.

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The family film with Javier Bardem, The Talent of Mr. Crocodile, dates back to the fourth, which collects another 3.2 million, reaching a total of over 40 million.

Fifth place for the horror Smile, with Sosie Bacon who, with another 2.3 million collections, exceeds 102 million, becoming the most profitable horror of 2022. As revealed by ours Smile review, Sosie Bacon plays Dr. Rose Cotter, who witnesses the death of a psychiatric patient. After this incident, she begins to notice that the people around her exhibit strange behavior, namely an unshakable and unshakable smile. Though they seem like hallucinations at first, Cotter investigates the cause of what could be a supernatural threat to her life. The cast also includes The Boys star Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Kal Penn and Rob Morgan.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, record opening at the US box office with 180 million