Marvel's Black Panther: Wakanda Forever aims to break box office records this weekend

Release Date: 11 November 2022

Disney's latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,' is on pace for a grand theatrical debut this weekend

Box office analysts suggest it could surpass forecasts averaging $185 million in domestic ticket sales and top $200 million.

It is a memorial to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who starred in the first film, and is a celebration of the diversity that can drive ticket sales.

The world's largest movie theater operator, reported another quarterly loss this week as the expense of ticket and concession sales exceeded movie exhibitions and fares.

Currently, “Multiverse of Madness” has a top start to the year, grossing $187 million during its domestic debut in May.

"Wakanda Forever" has a chance to become not only the biggest opener in 2022 but also the biggest opener of the month of November so far.

It's important for ticket buyers to pay tribute to Boseman, according to a Fandango survey of 1,000 people who bought tickets for "Wakanda Forever."

The ticket seller reported that 96% of those film viewers hope the new film will find a special way to honor the late actor.