The song “Wakanda Forever” carries the pulse of theatres box office in second week

Disney and Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has taken over North America box office for a second Weekend running, taking in An estimated $67.3 million, according to an Industry Observer Exhibitor Relations report on Sunday.

I’m taking for The sequel to the hugely popular movie “Black Panther” – with Fictional African kingdom of Wakanda again fighting for His survival – it was a bit below Industry forecasts though current global total of 546 million dollars trade He said publications.

But it was still more out of seven times its closest competitor in North American Theatres, Searchlight’s new horrorThe comedy movie “The Menu” which took in $9 million for Friday to Sunday period.

“The Menu” starring Ralph Fiennes as the famous chef who It’s an elaborate – and increasingly frightening – meal for a group of Wealthy, entitled people (Including Anya Taylor-Joy of “Queen’s Gambit”) who I have no idea what, or who It is about to be served.

ranked third place It was a surprise success”The Chosen Season 3: Episodes 1 & 2″ is a crowdfunded Christian movie that pulled in $8.2 million. “By Christian drama movie standards, it’s pretty amazing good said David A. Gross of Research privilege in the field of entertainment.

in its fifth week out, Warner Bros. The superhero movie “Black Adam” came in fourth with $4.5 million. Stars Dwayne Johnson in “Shazam!” spin off.

in the fifth place Universal rom-com “Ticket to Paradise” had a net worth of $3.2 million. Julia Roberts and George Clooney star.

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