Before heading into its second weekend, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has soared beyond the $400 million milestone at the worldwide box office.
Wakanda Forever wrapped up Wednesday with a domestic total of $213,2 million and an international total of $187,2 million, for a global total of $400.4 million. This Marvel Studios and Disney blockbuster made its debut in a number of select overseas markets on November 9.
The opening weekend of the sequel set a new record for November with $181 million in North America. It was also the second-highest opening weekend of 2022, behind Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ($187.4 million). This week, the Disney empire surpassed $3 billion in global ticket sales thanks to the film’s success.
It is anticipated that Wakanda Forever will continue to be a box office juggernaut all the way through the Thanksgiving holiday, which is often one of the biggest moviegoing corridors of the whole year.
Regarding this coming weekend, there is no doubt that the Black Panther sequel will continue its reign atop the box office globally. It is anticipated that it will make at least $70 million or more domestically, which should put its global total at $550 million or more by the end of Sunday, making it one of the highest-grossing films of the year.