The superhero movie "Black Panther" from 2018 is based on the same-named Marvel Comics character. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures handled the distribution while Marvel Studios handled the production. Ryan Coogler is the director of the movie, which also stars Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, and Andy Serkis as well as Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa/Black Panther.
In the film, T'Challa becomes king of Wakanda after the death of his father and must defend his nation from enemies who seek to destroy it. The film received widespread praise for its direction, acting, costume design, production values, and soundtrack, and it was a commercial success, grossing over $1.3 billion at the box office. It was nominated for several awards, including seven Academy Awards, and won three.
Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, and Martin Freeman were among the cast members, and the movie was directed by Ryan Coogler.
“Black Panther” was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $1.3 billion at the box office.
It became the highest-grossing film of the year and the ninth-highest-grossing film of all time.
The film was released in various formats, including standard and 3D.
It was released in theaters worldwide and was well-received by audiences and critics.
The film’s strong box office performance helped to solidify the popularity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“Black Panther” was nominated for several awards, including seven Academy Awards, and won three.
The film’s success led to the development of a sequel, which is currently in production.
“Black Panther” was the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to feature a predominantly black cast.
Black Panther 2, 2022
Black Panther, a superhero from the Marvel Comics, serves as the inspiration for the 2022 American superhero film Wakanda Forever. The Marvel Cinematic Universe's thirty-first film was produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures as a sequel to Black Panther (2018). (MCU). The film, which is directed by Ryan Coogler and co-written by Joe Robert Cole, stars Letitia Wright as Shuri/Black Panther. Other actors include Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman, Danai Gurira, Florence Kasumba, Dominique Thorne, Michaela Coel, Tenoch Huerta Mejia, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong'o, and Danai Gurira. In the film, the Wakanda government works to protect the nation after King T'Challa dies.
The Hollywood Reporter predicted that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will bring in $175 million on its debut weekend in North America. By November 2022, Boxo-ffice Pro predicted that the movie will gross between $170 and 205 million in the North American opening weekend and $435 to 543 million overall. In its opening day, the movie brought in $84.3 million, including $28 million from Thursday night previews. The movie went on to earn $181.3 million its debut weekend, taking the top spot at the box office. After Spider-Man: No Way Home ($260 million) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ($187 million), this was the third-largest opening weekend for a movie during the epidemic. Additionally, it was the largest opening weekend ever for a November release. The movie maintained its top spot the next weekend despite a 63% reduction in revenue to $66.5 million. It made $45.6 million on the third weekend while falling by 31%. Additionally, throughout the course of the five-day Thanksgiving holiday, it brought in $63.8 million. The movie made $17.5 million in its fourth weekend of release, a decline of 61%, and $11.2 million in its fifth weekend, a drop of 36%. It lost the top spot to Avatar: The Way of Water in the sixth weekend, earning $5.3 million, a 52% decline.
In its first week, the film brought in $150.3 million from 50 nations outside of the United States and Canada. It had the biggest opening ever for a movie in Nigeria in addition to having the second-largest opening for a 2022 release in France and South Africa. The third-largest global opening for a movie during the pandemic, after Spider-Man: No Way Home ($601 million) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ($450 million).According to Disney Africa, the movie had the greatest box office opening of 2022 in East Africa, the second-highest box office revenue ever in Southern Africa, and a record-breaking performance in West Africa. The UK and Ireland ($15 million), France ($13.7 million), Mexico ($12.8 million), South Korea ($8.9 million), and Brazil ($7.1 million) had the film’s five biggest debuts. It made $69.8 million in its second weekend, a 49% decline, and $32.1 million in its third weekend, a 53% decline. The movie made $20.2 million in its fourth weekend, a 37% decline, and $11.8 million in its fifth, a 43% decline. By December 11, France ($38.9 million), the UK ($36.5 million), Mexico ($34.1 million), Brazil ($19.6 million), and Australia ($18.1 million) had the highest running totals.