“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” dominated the North American box office for the fourth consecutive weekend, while “Violent Night” opened to $13.3 million, according to industry estimates released Sunday.

However, Netflix ‘s decision to no longer screen “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” and to leave it streaming was impacted. Last weekend that movie opened in 600 theaters, and while that’s far less than the usual 4,000 for big shows, it was reported to have grossed a respectable $15 million.

Walt Disney Co ‘s “Wakanda Forever” has been at the top of the box office for four weekends. Globally it has grossed $733 million, including $339 million internationally.

“Violent Night,” the Christmas-themed comedy-horror film, was the only opening this weekend, and cost about $20 million to produce.

Disney’s animated film “Strange World” came in third with $4.9 million in its second week in theaters.

The 10 highest-grossing films between Friday and Sunday in theaters in the United States and Canada, according to Comscore. The final figures are out on Monday.

1. “Wakanda Forever – $17.6 million.

2. “Violent Night – $13.3 million.

3. “Strange World – $4.9 million.

4. “The Menu – $3.6 million.

5. “Devotion – $2.8 million.

6. “I Heard the Bells – $1.8 million.

7. “Black Adam – $1.7 million.

8. “The Fabelmans – $1.3 million.

9. “Bones and All – $1.2 million.

10. “Ticket to Paradise – $850,000.

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