Soaring to an incredble 400 million the power of cinema at the box office is back with Marvel Studios’ latest Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The highly anticipated sequel to Marvel’s smash hit Black Panther, finished Wednesday with a domestic cume of $213.2 million and an international tally of $187.2 million for a worldwide total of $400.4 million. Wakanda Forever began opening in select international markets Nov. 9. The sequel launched to $181 million in North America last weekend, setting a new November record for cinema openings. It was also the second-biggest box office debut of 2022 so far, behind fellow Marvel Studios’ feature Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness($187.4 million). The film’s strong performance helped propel Disney Studios past $3 billion in global ticket sales earlier this week.