Talk about non-competition.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever it had no trouble staying atop the box office chart in its fifth weekend, earning $11.1 million to become the third film of 2022 so far to surpass the $400 million mark at the domestic box office.
The domestic haul from the Marvel and Disney movie now stands at $409.8 million, while it has earned $767.8 million domestically.
Otherwise it was a lousy weekend. Total ticket sales were estimated at $38 million-$39 million, probably the second worst showing of the year. The reason? Hollywood is sitting on the sidelines in terms of commercial tariff rollout until James Cameron Avatar: The Path of Water hits theaters December 16.
However, there was good news at the specialized box office.
Darren Aronofsky’s Awards Contender The whalestarring Brendan Fraser, it opened in six locations and grossed $380,000 for the year’s best opening location to date, $60,000, after beating other A24 releases. Everything everywhere at once. It is also the best opening location average since 2020.
However, not everything went well at the specialized box office. Sam Mendes’ empire of lightopening in 110 locations, it grossed an estimated $152,000 for a dismal $1,379 location average.
Back in the top 10, Tommy Wirkola’s Christmas-themed comedy thriller violent night placed second behind wakandan forever with a solid $8.7 million in its second session for a tidy national total of $26.7 million after a 29 percent decline.
disney animations Strange world it came in third with $3.6 million muted for a domestic tally of $30.5 and just $53.5 million globally.
reflector The menu he continued to stay atop the list, placing fifth with $2.7 million. The movie special has now grossed $29 million domestically and $57.7 million globally.
from sony Devotion and Warner Bros’. black adam were followed by Steven Spielberg The Fabelmans, which is keeping its theater count under 1,000 theaters until key award nominations are announced. The film earned another $1.2 million for a muted domestic tally of $7.3 million. The Fabelmans hits premium VOD next weekend.
In its second weekend, Michael Showalter’s romantic comedy spoiler alert expanded from five theaters to 1,100 locations. The results weren’t great, with the film earning $700,000 to place at #10 for Focus Features. The domestic total for the film is $800,000.
more to come.
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