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Box Office: ‘Black Panther 2,‘ ’Violent Night’ Lead Otherwise Icy Weekend - Hollywood Reporter

Box Office: ‘Black Panther 2,‘ ’Violent Night’ Lead Otherwise Icy Weekend - Hollywood Reporter

Box Office: ‘Black Panther 2,‘ ’Violent Night’ Lead Otherwise Icy Weekend - Hollywood Reporter
Dec 04, 2022 1 min, 19 secs

Tommy Wirkola's 'Violent Night' was a bright spot in opening to $13.3 million domestically, while Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther' sequel stayed No.

1 with $17.6 million.

The good news: Tommy Wirkola’s holiday-themed action-thriller Violent Night scared up a solid $13.3 million from 3,682 theaters in its box debut, while holdover Black Panther: Wakanda Forever continued to be a crowd-pleaser in topping the chart with $17.6 million from 3,855 locations.

Wakanda Forever has now earned an impressive $394 million domestically to pass up fellow 2022 superhero pics The Batman ($369 million) and Thor: Love and Thunder ($343 million).

Overseas, the Marvel superhero sequel, directed by Ryan Coogler, added $20.2 million to its coffers for a foreign tally of $339 million and $733 million globally.

Overseas, Wirkola’s film opened to $7 million from 72 markets for a global start of $20.4 million.

While the company didn’t report grosses, Glass Onion opened to a robust $13 million or more from fewer than 700 theaters, according to multiple sources with access to numbers.

Disney’s family animated pic Strange World continued to struggle in its second weekend, earning a mere $4.9 million from 4,174 cinemas for a 12-day domestic total of $25.5 million and $42.3 million worldwide.

4 with $3.6 million from 2,810 theaters for a domestic tally of nearly $25 million and north of $47 million globally.

11, earned another $700,000 for a domestic total north of $717 million

Back on the top 10 chart, Fathom Events’ special showing of I Heard the Bells, about the story behind the famous Christmas poem, earned nearly $2 million from 955 theaters for the three-day weekend to place No

At the specialty box office, Focus Features opened Michael Showalter’s romantic-comedy Spoiler Alert opened in five theaters in New York and Los Angeles

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