The biggest films to hit theaters in November 2022

Photos from: Disney (Marvel Studios), Walt Disney Animation Studios, Universal Pictures

After something like a weak early fall at the box office, November issue Black Panther, Wakanda forever can earn more than Whole cash registers from any of the last three months: approximately $ 466 million in August, $ 323 million in September, and $ 461 million in October. Disney’s new animated title and new Spielberg release are among the non-Black Panther titles to hit the November box office. Here are the biggest movies to hit theaters this month, in chronological order of their wide release date.

The time of Armageddon

Friday, November 4

Premise: Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins, and Jeremy Strong (HBO Inheritance) in Focus Features about growing up, set in the 1980s in New York City. James Gray (To the stars) drives.

Ticket office: The film was released in a limited version on October 28, where it grossed $ 70,275 at six theaters for an average of $ 11,713. This is the average number 38 a year so far, well below other October specialty titles Banshee of Inisherin ($ 46,114) TAR ($ 39,655) Decision to leave ($ 32,067) i Triangle of Sorrow ($ 21,460).

One Piece Movie: Red

Friday, November 4

Premise: The Crunchyroll anime title is the 15th installment in Japan One piece the film series and the one that received by far the most extensive American cinema release. In One Piece Movie: Redthe most famous pop singer in the world decides to reveal her secret identity to her beloved audience.

Ticket office: Other recent anime titles to be released in North America include Dragon Ball Super: Super hero ($ 30.8 million), March Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie ($ 34.5 million), 2021 My Hero Academy: World Heroes Mission ($ 12.2 million), 2021 Demon Slayer movie: Mugen Train ($ 49.5 million) and before the February 2020 pandemic. My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising ($ 13.3 million).

Black Panther: Wakanda forever

Friday, November 11

Premise: original 2018 Black Panther was not only the greatest film of the year, but one of the greatest films of all time. The death of lead star Chadwick Boseman in 2020 led to the restructuring of the second part of Disney and Marvel Studios, which brings back costars Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira and Winston Duke, as well as director Ryan Coogler.

Ticket office: The original installment earned $ 700.0 million. Given the lack of Boseman’s main character, T’Challa, the sequel is sure to end below that, perhaps well below that. That said, even a total of $ 450 million – considered the lower end of the likely range – would likely consider it a # 2 or 3 movie released in 2022.

She said

Friday, November 18

Premise: Universal’s drama tells the true story of these two New York Times journalists – Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, played by Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan – whose investigative reports in 2017 touched the Hollywood production titan Harvey Weinstein.

Ticket office: Other films about investigative journalism from recent years include Reflector ($ 45.0 million) and 2017 Post ($ 81.9 million). She said it tracks more like the first than the second and taking into account the hype around it ReflectorThe Academy Award for Best Picture – a feat few foresee She said will duplicate—She said will probably end up below Reflectorthat’s $ 45 million.


Friday, November 18

Premise: In the Searchlight Pictures psychology thriller, Anya Taylor-Joy stars as the chosen guest at an upscale restaurant run by a sadistic chef (Ralph Fiennes) who has more than just a meal for his customers. To read Cash register PROinterview with director Mark Mylod in our new issue of the magazine printed here or as a standalone digital article in mid-November.

Ticket office: The movie is currently tracked in the $ 25 million to $ 50 million range, as are other psychological thrillers such as 2019 Parasite ($ 53.3 million), 2019 MOM ($ 45.8 million), 2018 Research ($ 26.0 million) and 2019 Midsummer ($ 27.4 million).

Glass onions: the secret with knives

Wednesday, November 23

Premise: By far the widest cinema premiere in Netflix history, a sequel to the crime comedy Glass Onioncontinuation of 2019 Knives taken outDaniel Craig returns to the role of Detective Benoit Blanc. Writer and director Rian Johnson (Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) returns with a team of new members including Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, and Leslie Odom Jr. Onion will have a one-week theatrical exclusivity period prior to its Netflix debut on December 23.

Ticket office: Original Knives taken out grossed $ 165.3 million, exceeding most pre-release forecasts; in the first seven days, he grossed $ 45.8 million from 3,461 theaters. The sequel will be released in approximately 600 theaters, 17 percent more than its predecessor. An equivalent movie average would add up to a weekly total of about $ 7.9 million.

(With that in mind, Netflix is ​​likely to continue its tradition of not publishing accurate cinematic data, just as it is not publishing exact viewership data on its streaming service.)

Strange world

Wednesday, November 23

Premise: The latest feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios is a trip family fantasy getting more than expected as they explore a… well, a strange world. With the voices of Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid, he directs Don Hall (Vaiana, Great Hero 6, Raya and the last dragon) and Qui Nguyen.

Ticket office: Latest exclusive theater release from Walt Disney Animation Studios, 2021 Encantoopened at the same time as Thanksgiving week Strange world and grossed $ 96.0 million in total. However, it marked a significant decline from the company’s 2010 hit streak, including 2010 Tangled up ($ 200.8 million), 2012 Break it, Ralph ($ 189.4 million), 2013 Frozen ($ 400.9 million), 2014 Great Hero 6 ($ 222.5 million), 2016 Zootopia ($ 341.2 million) and 2016 Vaiana ($ 248.7 million).


Wednesday, November 23

Premise: The historic Sony Pictures action drama Glen Powell (“The Hangman” with Top Gun: Maverick) and Jonathan Majors (HBO’s Lovecraft country) as a pair of fighter pilots – one white, one black – during the Korean War.

Ticket office: The current cash register is between $ 17 million and $ 42 million. This is a little less than other recent WWII / Korean War movies, action or drama dramas like 2019 Halfway ($ 56.8 million), 2016 Hacksaw back ($ 67.2 million), 2017 The darkest hour ($ 56.4 million), 2014 Monuments ($ 78.0M) or 2014 Fury ($ 85.8 million). Tracking puts Sacrifice closer to closer to 2016 Allied ($ 40.0 million), 2012 red tails ($ 49.8 million), 2009 Rebellion ($ 28.6 million) and 2006 flags of our fathers ($ 33.6 million).

The Fabelmans

Wednesday, November 23

Premise: Steven Spielberg co-creates and directs Universal’s semi-autobiographical story about a boy and aspiring director growing up in the suburbs of the 1950s. Artificial intelligence AI. With relatively newcomers Mateo Zoryon Francis-DeFord and Gabriel LaBelle as the childhood and teen versions of the main character, the cast also includes Michelle Williams as mother, Paul Dano as father and Seth Rogen.

Ticket office: This movie is currently around $ 35-65 million. Three of Spielberg’s last four films grossed roughly in that bracket: 2021 West Side Story ($ 38.5 million), 2016 BFG ($ 55.4 million) and 2015 Bridge of spies ($ 72.3 million).

Bones and everything

Wednesday, November 23

Premise: Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell play two young lovers in 1980s America who are also cannibals. Luca Guadagnino (Call me by your name) directs the genre-defying title United Artists Releasing, based on the novel by Camille DeAngelis, opposite Mark Rylance.

Ticket office: A.The logs may cover August Organs Organs ($ 11.4 million), 2018 Darkest minds (USD 12.6 million) i 2009 Jennifer’s body ($ 16.2 million). Although in fact there has probably never been a movie with the same storyline as Bones and everything in the history of the film.


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