‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ topped the Northern America weekend box office chart for the fifth consecutive week with a fifth weekend of $11.1 million. Its box office has now accumulated $409.8 million, the third Northern America film to break the $400 million mark this year, behind ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ at $718 million and ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ at $411 million.
Overseas, ‘Black Panther : Wakanda Forever’ accumulated $358 million and $767.8 million worldwide.
Brendan Fraser’s new A24 acclaimed film ‘The Whale’, Northern America’s first weekend box office collection of $360,000 in six theaters on demand, averaging $60,000 per theater, set a new single-theater opening record for a limited release this year, surpassing ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ with $50,000 per theater, the second highest single-theater opening since the epidemic. The second highest single theater opening since the epidemic.
David Harbour starring in the Universal action film ‘Violent Night’, Northern America second weekend box office collection of $ 8.7 million, Northern America cumulative $ 26.69 million. The film cost $20 million to produce.
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