Marvel blockbuster has the cinema charts incredibly firmly under control!
Also this week we look up together with you the current US cinema charts. Above all, the question arises as to whether the Marvel blockbuster Black Panther: Wakanda Forever continues to stand up after the grandiose start of the previous week the top spot could hold. At least we were celebrating several interesting films her debut in theaters that had the potential to climb to the top.
Where does Black Panther 2 stand?
The MCU spectacle Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was able to fend off the attacks of the competition easily. Although revenue fell by almost 63 percent compared to the launch week, the superhero film was still washing up more than $67 million into the coffers. As a result, the Marvel blockbuster now has global sales of over $546 million. That’s already enough for a jump in the top 10 of 2022 and ahead of such films as Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore and Sonic the Hedgehog 2. It remains to be seen whether Black Panther 2 will make it to the top of the annual charts over the next week. It still says Top Gun: Maverick with earnings of nearly $1.5 billion.
the promising newcomer in the US cinema charts landed behind the latest adventures of Black Panther. The interesting movie The Menu starring Ralph Fiennes took second place on the US box office charts with $9 million in sales. The drama she said entered sixth place. We have summarized the top 10 for you in an overview.
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – $67.3 million
- The Menu – $9.0 million
- The Chosen Season 3: Episode 1 & 2 – $8.2 million
- Black Adam – $4.5 million
- Ticket to Paradise – $3.2 million
- She Said – $2.3 million
- Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile – $1.9 million
- Smile – $1.2 million
- Prey for the Devil – $0.9 million
- The Banshees of Inisherin $0.7 million
These films are coming to cinemas soon
Also stand this week the debuts of several films on the program, which definitely have the potential to break into the top 10 of the US cinema charts. This includes, among other things, the war film devotion by director JD Dillard (Utopia), which revolves around the use of two fighter pilots during the Korean conflict. But also the new Disney animated film Strange World should certainly attract many visitors to the cinemas.
Source: Box office mojo