The studio estimate has revealed that ‘Black Panther Wakanda Forever’ topped the box office chart for the fourth consecutive weekend by grossing $17.6 million in movie ticket sales in the United States and Canada last week.
Voice of America reported that the Walt Disney Co. film had ruled the box office since its release, grossing a total of $733 million worldwide, including $339 million in foreign sales.
The film, a sequel to the 2018 film starring the late Chadwick Bossman, is hailed as the first Marvel superhero movie to highlight black culture.
Released on November 11, the Marvel superhero movie opened in Lagos on November 6.
The estimate further revealed that comedic holiday thriller ‘Violent Night’ ranked number two, debuting with $13.3 million last week.
Other movies in the top 10 chart include ‘Strange World,’ with $4.9 million in ticket sales, ‘The Menu,’ with $3.6 million, ‘Devotion,’ $2.8 million, ‘I Heard the Bells,’ $1.8 million, ‘ Black Adam’, $1.7 million, ‘The Fabelmans’, $1.3 million, ‘Bones and All’, $1.2 million and ‘Ticket to Paradise’, $850,000.