Bringing in $27 million (£19.2 million) over the weekend (March 16-18), Black Panther's U.S. box office takings now stand at $605.4 million (£431 million).
Since its release five weeks ago, Disney and Marvel's Black Panther has dominated the box office.
For the young actor, it's all about speaking things into existence as he previously revealed his mother predicted that he'd land a role in the movie that is set to eclipse The Avengers as the top-grossing superhero film of all time. Prior to that, the last five-time champ was The Sixth Sense in 1999.
"Black Panther" is the year's biggest release by a long shot, having grossed $605 million domestically and $1.18 million worldwide.
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"Black Panther" is back on top!
If the executives at Disney-owned Marvel are punching the air, their colleagues at another of the entertainment giant's divisions, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, have little to cheer. The film now has a global total of $126 million, with a release in Japan coming this Wednesday. "Tomb Raider" will have to settle for second place, earning a rather weak $23.5 million in what should have been its strongest weekend, as CBR noted.
Lionsgate-Roadside Attractions' faith-based drama "I Can Only Imagine" outperformed forecasts with $17.1 million at 1,629 venues, notching the top per-screen average in the top 10 with $10,476. However, its main competition will come from the sci-fi sequel, Pacific Rim Uprising, with John Boyega and Charlie Day. Made for just $7 million, The film stars Dennis Quaid, Cloris Leachman, Trace Adkins, J. Michael Finley, Priscilla Shirer, and Madeline Carroll.