‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ opens with $330m worldwide!
The much anticipated Black Panther sequel has delivered second-best opening of 2022, after being released in 50 overseas markets, including an early rollout on Wednesday in some territories.
As reported, Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has reignited the global box office by delivering estimated weekend takings of $180m in North America and $150m for 50 international markets – combining for $330m worldwide.
Its the third highest start for any Hollywood title during the pandemic era (all are MCU films), as well as the second biggest global opening of 2022 to date.
As reported, at the global box office, BP2 is running 5% behind the original Black Panther (which had the benefit of President’s Day and Lunar New Year holidays) and 8% ahead of Thor: Love and Thunder (which was released earlier this year in summer).
Meanwhile, the first reactions the to the BP2 have arrived on the Twitter timeline:
Y’all Black Panther 2 was truly a cinematic masterpiece. The plot was so riveting:
The plot: pic.twitter.com/4xVvdJ4xxo
— the writer formely known as LEX (@iamlexstylz) November 13, 2022
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever having a black woman led cast in a blockbuster superhero movie…Fucking amazing. Then to include an indigenous civilization with an actual indigenous actor in a mainstream blockbuster…Yeah…They set the bar EVERY time.
— Minnie Mi (@MinnieTy5) November 13, 2022
— jarvis ᱬ saw bp2! (@jrvsscarlet) November 13, 2022
Just finished watching Black Panther: Wakanda Forever 😭😭
Chadwick Boseman will be forever missed. pic.twitter.com/ai6v9cXEcN
— Ningen Bot (@ningen_bot95) November 9, 2022
Una verdadero placer poder decir Tenoch Huerta se robó sin problemas #BlackPanther
Esto es lo que sucede cuando pones a un actor que tiene la chispa por mostrar sus capacidades y hace suyo el personaje hasta el punto que deja de importarte el protagonista pic.twitter.com/QsB1hvffnZ
— Animations Park (@ParkAnimations) November 13, 2022
— Fall Weather Stan Account (@JCWM2) November 11, 2022
the black panther franchise is doing such a good job with the villains. pic.twitter.com/IVcHmtDEG4
— aniya. (@eIixirgenius) November 13, 2022