'Black Panther' Rules Box Office for 5th Straight Weekend

'Black Panther' Rules Box Office for 5th Straight Weekend

'Black Panther' Rules Box Office for 5th Straight Weekend

Tomb Raider-a reboot of the videogame adaptation originally starring Angelina Jolie in the early 2000's-didn't quite live up to the success it was slated to bring in North America, raking in a figure just shy of the $25 million mark with $23.5 mill and pulling in at a close second.

Digging in its claws, Black Panther has clung to its box-office lead for a fifth straight weekend, taking in an estimated US$27 million (RM105.54 million) in North American theaters while fending off two new films, website Exhibitor Relations said yesterday. That film rang up $47 million over its first domestic weekend and went on to gross $274 million over its worldwide theatrical run.

In fourth, down two spots from last week, was Disney's science fantasy adventure A Wrinkle in Time, at US$16.6 million, a 50 per cent drop from last weekend. Tomb Raider is looking at a $22 million debut from its 3,854 locations.

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Disney and Marvel's Black Panther became the first film since James Cameron's Avatar to hold the #1 position on the box office top 10 chart for five consecutive weeks. Norwegian filmmaker Roar Uthaug (The Wave) directed the $90 million film, which stars Alicia Vikander opposite Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu and Kristin Scott Thomas.

The biopic is about MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard who wrote one of the most popular songs in Christian music. Dennis Quaid and Cloris Leachman also star in the film, which cost a modest $7 million to make. The sequel, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, saw its opening weekend numbers fall dramatically from its predecessor's.

And in fifth place was new Fox release Love, Simon, at US$11.5 million.

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It stars Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel in the story of a teen trying to hide the truth about his sexuality from his family, his friends and all of his classmates.

Both Love, Simon and I Can Only Imagine nabbed coveted A+ CinemaScores, while Tomb Raider earned a mediocre B.

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