“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Continuing to dominate the box office in the second week of its release, grossed $67 million over the weekend.Based on industry estimates released on Sunday.
The “Black Panther” sequel, which grossed $180 million on its opening weekend, fell 63%. It has a global collection of 546 million. and this is expected to increase over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
“She Said” about the sexual abuse accusation against her harvey weinsteinit didn’t perform very well: it barely raised $2.3 million when it was released in 2,022 theaters.
“Menu” premiered this weekend‘, in which Ralph Fiennes played a chief. It grossed $9 million when it was shown in 3,100 theaters.
This weekend’s surprise was a streaming series about her life. Jesus Christ. The first two episodes of the third season of “The Chosen” grossed $8.2 million in 2009 theaters.
“Bones and All,” about a cannibal couple, was released in five theaters and will expand to other venues on Wednesday. It grossed $120,000, averaging $23,983 per screen.
Elegance Bratton’s autobiographical drama “The Inspection”, chronicling the experiences of a gay soldier, premiered in five theaters in New York and Los Angeles for an average of $13,188 per screen.