“Black Panther,” Disney-Marvel’s latest outing starring Chadwick Boseman, is set to debut far above early forecasts with 0 million over the four-day President’s Day weekend from 4,020 North American locations.
The barrier-breaking superhero film, set in the fictional African nation of Wakanda and featuring a nearly all-black cast, was first projected to bring in between 0 and 0 million.
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The film centers on Boseman as King T’Challa, ruler of Wakanda, a technologically advanced society endowed with a store of vibranim, and the conflict with Michael B.As its wide release date drew closer, however, tracking estimates began to balloon, and its record-breaking Thursday previews brought in .2 million, the largest Thursday night preview gross for a February opener and the second-largest preview gross for a Marvel film.Its Friday total, including Thursday’s previews, reached almost million, marking the eighth-highest opening day ever and third largest for Marvel, according to com Score.Jordan’s Eric Killmonger, who intends to take over the throne.Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira, and Daniel Kaluuya also star. If you’re happy for us to do that, please hit the button below. When you visit our website, we place cookies on your device to improve your experience by collecting information about you as a user.Then I started hanging out with more Korean-Americans, and I became curious about the pop culture they always talked about so excitedly ("fangirling/spazzing").They showed me some pics and videos, and at first I thought the K-Pop/J-Pop stars were too skinny, feminine-looking or even gay (i.e. But over time as I listened to more Asian Pop music, watched more K-Dramas, and observed how my friends were going nuts over these "hot, sexy" Asian guys, I could feel my own attitudes changing.Ryan Coogler directed the film on a 0 million budget.It’s received an A Cinema Score, the only Marvel film to have done so besides 2012’s “The Avengers.” In second place for the President’s Day weekend is Sony’s “Peter Rabbit,” which should bring in million from 3,275 domestic locations for the four-day weekend, yielding a domestic total of roughly million.