“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” ruled the box office for the third Friday in a row.
The Marvel superhero blockbuster took home over a staggering $18.2 million the day after Thanksgiving alone, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.
The mega-hit has already taken in $597 million in global sales since its Nov. 11 debut, including $340 million at U.S. theaters.
Disney’s computer animated sci-fi adventure “Strange World,” which was released on Wednesday, came in a distant second place with $5.2 million in sales.
The Post claimed the film — which stars Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal as a father-son team — “lives up to its title.”
Coming in third with a $2.4 million take was “Devotion,” which was released on Nov. 23.
The epic is based on the true story of the friendship between Jesse Leroy Brown, the Navy’s first black aviator, and fellow pilot Thomas J. Hudner Jr. during the Korean War.
“The Menu,” which was in second place last week, moved down to fourth, with earnings of $2 million.
The DC Comics superhero flick “Black Adam,” which is now available to stream at home, followed with just over $1.2 million in sales.
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