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NEW YORK — “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” continued to dominate the box office in its second week in theaters, taking in $67 million over the weekend, according to industry estimates released Sunday.

After raising 180 million dollars in its opening weekend, the sequel to “Black Panther” decreased its collection by 63%. It has a global gross of $546 million and that is expected to increase over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

However, “She Said,” about the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein, did not perform very well. This weekend “The Menu” premiered, in which Ralph Fiennes plays the role of a chef. It grossed $9 million when shown in 3,100 theaters.

“She Said” grossed $2.3 million by opening in 2,022 theaters. The surprise this weekend was a streaming series on the life of Jesus Christ. The first two episodes of the third season of “The Chosen” grossed $8.2 million in 2,009 theaters.

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“Bones and All,” about a cannibalistic couple, opened in five theaters and will expand to other locations on Wednesday. It grossed $120,000 for an average of $23,983 per screen.

Elegance Bratton’s autobiographical drama “The Inspection,” about the experience of a gay soldier, opened in five theaters in New York and Los Angeles for an average of $13,188 per screen.

The highest-grossing movies from Friday to Sunday in theaters in the United States and Canada, according to Comscore. The final figures are out on Monday. 1. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – $67.3 million. 2. “The Menu – $9 million. 3. “The Chosen – $8.2 million. 4. “Black Adam – $4.5 million. 5. “Ticket to Paradise – $3.2 million. 6. “She She Said – $2.3 million. 7. “Lyle, Lyle Crocodile – $1.9 million. 8. “Smile – $1.2 million. 9. “Drishyam 2 – $1 million. 10. “Prey for the Devil – $935,000.

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