Advance ticket sales for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever seem to cross $45 million, just behind ‘Doctor Strange 2’
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has made $45M in advance ticket sales as of Sunday. This is about 20% less than Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and 40% more than Thor: Love & Thunder at the same point in time.
Before its $187.4M domestic opening, Doctor Strange 2 had already made $85M, while Thor: Love & Thunder had already made $48M of its $144.1M domestic opening by Thursday.
Before it opened to $202M in three days in February 2018, $55M had already been paid for Black Panther tickets. Don’t worry too much about whether advance ticket sales are ahead or behind.
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Look at how the first Black Panther opens with his leg out. Also, the sequel is so hot that the walk-up business is likely.
Wakanda Forever is expected to make between $175M and $185M on its first day, for a global opening of between $355M and $365M. The score from the critics on Rotten Tomatoes is 90%.
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We’ve heard that advance ticket sales for Black Panther 2 are spread out evenly over the upcoming holiday weekend and not all at once. Friday is Veterans Day, so 52 percent of K-12 schools will be closed. This should help the box office in the United States.
On today’s Disney earnings call, CEO Bob Chapek, who has talked a lot about how Disney+ meets the needs of consumers at home, said that the studio has “big plans for the big screen in 2023” and then talked about a few big movies.