The movie doesn’t open until November 11, but tipsters say Black Panther: Wakanda Forever it’s already on track to have the second-biggest opening of the year.
According to data from the National Research Group (NRG), the sequel could have an opening weekend of $175 million, which puts it slightly behind the biggest debut of 2022. Doctor strange in the multiverse of madness. That movie earned more than $184 million, en route to a global gross of more than $955 million.
the Black Panther sequel has big shoes to fill, both thematically and financially: the sequel will be the first Panther lead free film Chadwick Bosemanwho died of cancer in 2020, and the 2018 original earned more than $242 million in its four-day opening weekend, becoming a $1.34 billion-grossing phenomenon.
The biggest opening movie of all time is 2019 avengers endgame, which grossed more than $347 million in its first days in theaters. In 2021, the Marvel Studios/Sony Pictures collaboration Spider-Man: No Way Home it had the second biggest debut spot with a global gross of over $260 million.
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