‘Wakanda’ stays atop N.America box office for 4th week – Cricket

'Wakanda' remains at the N.America box office for the fourth week


‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ extended its dominance of the US box office for a fourth week.

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” saw weekend ticket sales slip to around $17.6 million but still extended its dominance of the northern box office -American for a fourth week, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.

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The Disney/Marvel sequel had taken in nearly $46 million in the previous Friday-Sunday period. Still, its domestic total has now reached an impressive $393.7 million, on top of $339 million in international ticket sales.

Universal’s new holiday “Violent Night” took second place over the weekend with $13.3 million, “a solid opening for an action comedy,” said Franchise’s David A. Gross Entertainment Research.

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David Harbor of “Stranger Things” fame stars as a grumpy, hammer-wielding Santa who comes to the rescue when bad guys invade a wealthy family’s home on Christmas Eve. Gross said the film should play well until the Dec. 16 release of the highly anticipated “Avatar: The Way of Water.”

Disney’s computer-animated sci-fi film “Strange World” took third place while earning just $4.9 million. Given its $180 million production budget, “the film could lose more than $100 million,” according to HollywoodReporter.com.

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In fourth place was Searchlight’s horror comedy “The Menu,” with $3.6 million. Ralph Fiennes plays a celebrity chef who delivers some dark surprises.

And in fifth place was Sony’s “Devotion,” an action film about two American fighter pilots during the Korean War, with $2.8 million.

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