To absolutely no one’s surprise, Marvel has scored another win at the box office.
Scoring the biggest November opening in history, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever took in $180M at the domestic box office. It took in a further $150M at the foreign markets for a global total of $330M.
Black Adam took second this weekend with $8.6M for a new domestic total of $151.12M. The foreign total sits at $201.1M for a global total of $352.22M.
The George Clooney and Julia Roberts movie, Ticket to Paradise, came in third with $6.1M for a new domestic total of $56.51M. The global total sits at $150.35M.
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile landed in fourth place with $3.2M bringing its domestic total to $40.83M. Its global total now sits at $72.639M.
Rounding out the top five was Smile with $2.33M for a new domestic total of $102.77M. The global total now sits at $209.97M
This week’s major releases are The Menu and She Said.