In terms of opening weekend gross, it ranks second only to Marvel’s “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which brought in $187.4 million. And this November’s opening is the biggest ever.
The movie, a significant Marvel sequel to the first “Black Panther,” was primarily shot at Trilith Studios in Fayetteville. After star Chadwick Boseman passed away from cancer in 2020, it ran into difficulties because director Ryan Coogler had to completely rewrite the script.
The majority of the reviews have been favourable, if not quite as favourable, as the first film. The audience has been more forgiving, giving Rotten Tomatoes a 95% positive rating compared to the 85 per cent critical reviews. The 2018 movie received a 96 per cent favourable rating from critics. According to the polling company CinemaScore, on average, respondents scored the film an A rather than the original’s A+.
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According to PostTrak, the movie’s audience was highly diverse, consisting of 34 per cent Black, 31 per cent White, 21 per cent Latino, and 14 per cent Asian or other. Additionally, 45 per cent of the audience during the opening weekend was female, a significant proportion of a superhero film.
Outside of the United States, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” made $150 million over its opening weekend. The original film finally made more than $1.3 billion internationally.
- How much did “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” make outside of the United States?
Outside of the United States, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” made $150 million over its opening weekend.
- Where was “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” primarily shot?
The movie, which is a significant Marvel sequel to the first “Black Panther,” was primarily shot at Trilith Studios in Fayetteville.
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