Black Panther: Wakanda Forever topped the box office with a record-setting opening weekend. The long-awaited sequel raked in $180 million domestically and $330 million globally, for the largest November opening in movie history. Another superhero flick, DC’s Black Adam, took second with $8.6 million. The rom-com Ticket To Paradise ($6.1 million), children’s movie Lyle, Lyle Crocodile ($3.2 million), and horror flick Smile ($2.3 million) rounded out the top five. The motion picture soundtrack is getting a lot of attention as the first two lead songs released by Rihanna prior to the weekend debut. Read more here.
Black Panther Dominates Box Office With Record-Setting Debut
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