“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” kept its spot atop the box office for the fourth straight week, grossing $17 million 593-thousand dollars Friday through Sunday , according to industry estimates released Sunday.
Since it debuted on November 11, the movie has grossed $393,724,077.
”Violent Night,” which opened on Friday, took in $13 million 330-thousand dollars in its first weekend in theaters. . The movie pits Santa Claus against a team of mercenaries who break into a home on Christmas Eve.
”Strange World” took in an estimated $4 million 921-thousand dollars. a 35 percent drop from last weekend, according to Comscore. Last week it brought in $11.9 million Friday through Sunday and 18.6 million Wednesday through Sunday.
”The Menu” was fourth again, bringing in an estimated $3 million 556-thousand dollars in its third weekend. Last week, Friday through Sunday, it brought in $5.2 million.
”Devotion” was fifth, attracting an estimated $2 million, 800-thousand dollars in its second week.
Rounding out the top ten domestic releases as estimated by Comscore were ”I Heard the Bells” ($1,817,446.), ”Black Adam” ($1,665.000.), ”The Fabelmans” ($1,300,000.), ”Bones and All ($1,191,431) and ”Ticket to Paradise ($850,000.)