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Entertainment: Box -Office France: Black Panther 2 approaches Thor 4 and The Batman

Must-see Netflix movies and series in November

  Must-see Netflix movies and series in November November’s grey days, cool temperatures, and hints of winter just around the corner don’t make it the happiest month of the year. Fortunately, we can always count on Netflix to provide a wide range of movies, series, and documentaries to keep us entertained as the days get shorter. Here are 25 of the most anticipated November releases!

  Box-office France : Black Panther 2 se rapproche de Thor 4 et The Batman © The Walt Disney Pictures Box -Office France from November 23 to 29, 2022

1 - Black Panther - Wakanda Forever : 392 564 Entrances ( Cumulation: 2 810 290)

2 - Simone - Le Voyage du siècle : 201 751 Entries (cumulation: 2,024 616)

3 - Fire colors : 129 914 Entries (Cumul: 620 671)

4 - Menu (novelty): 124,279 entries

5 - remains a little : 113,050 entries (cumulative: 265 745)

6 - mine (novelty): 98 004 entries

7 - masquerade : 77 221 entries (cumulation: 798 310)

8 - The women of square : 66 258 entries (cumulation: 172 086)

9 - Armageddon Time : 60 612 entries (cumul: 309 249)

10 - November : 58,451 entries (cumulative: 2 298 497)

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Unbeatable Black Panther 2 ! Released on November 9 in French theaters, Wakanda Forever keeps the head of the weekly box office for the third…

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