Black Panther , Marvel’s first black super-hero devoting a film, continues to lead the North American box office, scooping $ 66.3 million for its third weekend of operation and $ 501.7 million since its release.

This 18th film from the Marvel universe was directed by young director Ryan Coogler ( Creed , Fruitvale Station ), with a cast of some of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors: Chadwick Boseman, the Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o , Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Daniel Kaluuya, Michael B. Jordan, etc.

The film has kept on breaking records since its release and is now “the third film to have the fastest 500 million mark in North America,” according to Box Office Mojo.

And while he is coming out next week in China, Black Panther has already brought in nearly $ 900 million worldwide, he added.

The spy film with Jennifer Lawrence Red Sparrow reported much less for its release: $ 16.8 million in the United States and Canada.

 

Black Panther has kept on breaking records since ... (PHOTO AP)

Black Panther has kept on breaking records since its release and is now “the third film to have the fastest 500 million mark in North America.”

 

Black Panther, Marvel’s first black super-hero devoting a film, continues to lead the North American box office, scooping $ 66.3 million for its third weekend of operation and $ 501.7 million since its release.

This 18th film from the Marvel universe was directed by young director Ryan Coogler ( CreedFruitvale Station ), with a cast of some of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors: Chadwick Boseman, the Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o , Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Daniel Kaluuya, Michael B. Jordan, etc.

The film has kept on breaking records since its release and is now “the third film to have the fastest 500 million mark in North America,” according to Box Office Mojo.

And while he is coming out next week in China, Black Panther has already brought in nearly $ 900 million worldwide, he added.

The spy film with Jennifer Lawrence Red Sparrow reported much less for its release: $ 16.8 million in the United States and Canada.

It tells the story of a former ballet dancer recruited against her will by the Russian secret services and who will excel in her role as spy.

In third place comes another novelty, Death Wish, with 13 million dollars. Bruce Willis embodies a widower filled with anger who arms himself to avenge the death of his wife.

Follow Game Night, with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, who raised $ 10.4 million for his second weekend of operation and $ 33.2 million since his release two weeks ago.

It tells the story of a couple, Max and Amy, who organize a weekly gaming session. Until a special evening with the polar as a theme, prepared by Max’s brother, derails to the point that participants wonder if the game has not come true.

Fifth place is occupied by Peter Rabbit, with $ 10 million estimated over the weekend and 84.1 million in four weeks. This family comedy tells the adventures of the famous character created by the British author Beatrix Potter.

Here is the continuation of the ranking:

6 – Annihilation, sci-fi film with Natalie Portman: $ 5.6 million ($ 20.6 million in two weeks)

7 – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: $ 4.4 million ($ 393.1 million in 11 weeks)

8 – Fifty Shades Freed: $ 3.4 million ($ 95.7 million in 4 weeks)

9 – The Greatest Showman: $ 2.7 million (164.6 in 11 weeks)

10 – Every Day: $ 1.6 million ($ 5.3 million in two weeks)