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Black Panther Wakanda Forever takes first place at the box office at the start of the slow holiday weekend

Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping may affect this weekend’s box office earnings.

Disney is enjoying the number one and two positions.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever raised $10 million on Wednesday, the first day of the five-day holiday weekend, according to Termand another $8.1 million Thanksgiving.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever tops the Thanksgiving box office, earning $18.1 million for the first two days of the five-day holiday weekend. Earnings down as holidays and Black Friday sales hit earnings

The movie hit the $300 million mark this week and could total as much as $350 million by Sunday.

The animated Weird World lands a distant second.

The adventure featuring the voices of Jake Gyllenhaal, Gabrielle Union and Jaboukie Young-White earned $4.2 million on Wednesday and just $2.5 million on Thursday.

Soft Landing: Disney'S Animated Strange World Lands A Distant Second. The Adventure Featuring The Voices Of Jake Gyllenhaal, Gabrielle Union And Jaboukie Young-White Grossed $4.2 Million On Wednesday And Just $2.5 Million On Thursday.

Soft Landing: Disney’s animated Strange World lands a distant second. The adventure featuring the voices of Jake Gyllenhaal, Gabrielle Union and Jaboukie Young-White grossed $4.2 million on Wednesday and just $2.5 million on Thursday.

Groundbreaking: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Captured The Number Three Spot In Its First Weekend In Theaters. The Thriller Is Showing In Just 638 Theaters, But It Grossed A Comfortable $2 Million On Wednesday And Another $1.88 Million On The Holiday.

Groundbreaking: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery captured the number three spot in its first weekend in theaters. The thriller is showing in just 638 theaters, but it grossed a comfortable $2 million on Wednesday and another $1.88 million on the holiday.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery captured the number three spot in its first weekend in theaters.

The thriller is showing in just 638 theaters, but it grossed a comfortable $2 million on Wednesday and another $1.88 million over the holidays.

The film’s box office take may be limited, as the thriller is set to premiere on Netflix on December 23, and fans can choose to watch Daniel Craig solve a mystery as famed detective Benoit Blanc from the comfort of their own homes. .

Devotion, starring Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell as American airmen during the Korean War, debuted in fourth place with $1.8 million on Wednesday, followed by another $1.24 million over the holidays.

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Taking Flight: Devotion, starring Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell as American airmen during the Korean War, debuted in fourth place, flying with $1.8 million on Wednesday, followed by another $1.24 million over the holidays.

Tasty Dish: The Menu Dished Out $1.1 Million On Wednesday And Even $1 Million On Turkey Day For Fifth Place. Anya Taylor-Joy And Nicholas Hoult Star As A Young Couple On A Remote Island To Dine At An Upscale Restaurant With Chef Ralph Fiennes.

Tasty Dish: The Menu dished out $1.1 million on Wednesday and even $1 million on Turkey Day for fifth place. Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult star as a young couple on a remote island to dine at an upscale restaurant with chef Ralph Fiennes.

The menu dished out $1.1 million on Wednesday and even $1 million on Turkey Day. The thriller starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult as a young couple who travel to a remote island to dine at an exclusive restaurant with chef Ralph Fiennes rounds out the top five.

In sixth place is Black Adam, starring Dwayne Johnson as the legendary DC superhero, with $660,000 on Wednesday and another $600,000 on Thursday. The action-adventure that opened strongly at number one has lost some of its luster as fans flock to see the Black Panther sequel.

Timothee Chalomet and Taylor Russell get by in seventh place with Bones and All, like a young couple on a journey of a thousand miles. The drama earned a total of $1.35 million during the first two days of the long weekend.

Losing Its Luster: Black Adam, Starring Dwayne Johnson, Was In Sixth Place With $660,000 On Wednesday And Another $600,000 On Thursday. The Film Opened Strongly At Number One, But Has Lost Some Of Its Luster As Fans Flock To See The Black Panther Sequel.

Losing its luster: Black Adam, starring Dwayne Johnson, was in sixth place with $660,000 on Wednesday and another $600,000 on Thursday. The film opened strongly at number one, but has lost some of its luster as fans flock to see the Black Panther sequel.

Road Trip: Timothee Chalomet And Taylor Russell Get By In Seventh Place With Bones And All, Like A Young Couple On A Road Trip Of A Thousand Miles. The Drama Earned A Total Of $1.35 Million During The First Two Days Of The Long Weekend.

Road Trip: Timothee Chalomet and Taylor Russell get by in seventh place with Bones and All, like a young couple on a road trip of a thousand miles. The drama earned a total of $1.35 million during the first two days of the long weekend.

Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans, a somewhat biopic about a young filmmaker, came in at number eight, earning a total of $880,000. The film is in just 638 theaters, but it received a 93 percent fresh rating from Rotten Tomatoes.

George Clooney and Julia Roberts are still filling seats with Ticket to Paradise, a romp about two ex-husbands who travel to Bali to prevent their daughter from getting married. The romantic comedy landed in ninth place and earned $780,000 for the two days total.

The Chosen Season Three rounded out the top 10.

Memoirs: Steven Spielberg'S The Fabelmans, A Biopic About A Young Filmmaker, Came In At Number Eight, Earning A Total Of $880,000. The Film Is In Only 638 Theaters, But It Received A 93% Rating From Rotten Tomatoes.

Memoirs: Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans, a biopic about a young filmmaker, came in at number eight, earning a total of $880,000. The film is in only 638 theaters, but it received a 93% rating from Rotten Tomatoes.

Paradise: George Clooney And Julia Roberts Continue To Fill Seats With Ticket To Paradise. The Romantic Comedy Landed In Ninth Place And Earned $780,000 For The Two Days Total.

Paradise: George Clooney and Julia Roberts continue to fill seats with Ticket To Paradise. The romantic comedy landed in ninth place and earned $780,000 for the two days total.

The faith-based television show that focuses on the ministry of Jesus and his disciples continued to prove its influence at the box office with a respectable $420,000 through the first two days of the extended weekend.

The producers began showing the first two episodes of the global phenomenon on November 18, debuting at number three. The religious drama is expected to end its theatrical run this weekend.

Box office totals are expected to pick up a bit as the rest of the five-day holiday weekend progresses.

Miracle: The Chosen Season Three Rounded Out The Top 10. The Faith-Based Television Show That Focuses On The Ministry Of Jesus And His Disciples Debuted Last Week At Number Three And Earned A Respectable $420,000 During The First Two Days Of The Extended Weekend.

Miracle: The Chosen Season Three rounded out the top 10. The faith-based television show that focuses on the ministry of Jesus and his disciples debuted last week at number three and earned a respectable $420,000 during the first two days of the extended weekend.

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