Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Could Make $175 Million Or More During First Weekend In The US

The next MCU movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, is expected to be a box office smash. Early box office estimates for the film have landed, suggesting that the movie could bring in at least $175 million for its November 11-13 opening weekend in North America alone.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, which sourced the number to NRG tracking data, the figure stands to grow bigger as Disney unleashes more of a promotional blitz for the film. A worldwide box office estimate for Wakanda Forever wasn’t provided in the report.

For comparison, 2018’s Black Panther earned $202 million in North America for its first weekend and went on to make $700.4 million in North America and $647.1 million from international markets for a total global haul of $1.347 billion. Comparisons to the original Black Panther won’t be perfect or fair due to the effect of the pandemic.

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Author: Eddie Makuch