‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Opening Weekend Projections are Here
The most anticipated project in Marvel Studio’s history, and the 30th MCU film ever. The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opening weekend projection is officially here.
When the slate of films was set to arrive for Marvel’s Phase Four, one stood out. Few projects could match the anticipation and excitement present for the long-awaited follow-up to 2016s Black Panther.
A film that broke down walls, and crafted one of Marvel’s great heroes. Black Panther changed so much about how the MCU was perceived by fans.
And it is still the only Marvel movie to ever be nominated for an Academy Award for best picture. Something that has been a focal point of future projects.
The sequel is just one month away, and many are curious about what they can expect. Subsequently, experts have been crunching the number as to how the movie is looking to perform financially.
And we now have an idea of what it could make. As reports have indicated the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opening weekend projections.
And goodness are they are massive.
As reported by ComicBook.com, the Black Panther sequel is projected to make at least $175 million in its opening weekend. And yes you read that correctly, that is the minimum projection
Moreover, the film is set to dominate the November 11th to November 13th the domestic box office.
In contrast, however, there are big shoes to fill. The original Black Panther film debuted to an incredible $202 million at its opening weekend.
A number that set the tone for its journey to a $1 billion profit for Marvel Studios.
With $175 million being the minimum box office projection, there is still hope that the film could mimic the tremendous impact of the first movie.