Black Panther Rules Top At Box Office For 5th Straight Weekend

Black Panther is on way to break all records like Avatar had minted incredible amount at box-office, while Ryan Coogler’s comic-book sensation has also comes out as the first venture as of James Cameron’s 2009 hit top rank the weekend box office five straight weekends.   

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According to latest accounts, Chadwick Boseman’s starrer has bagged fantasy-science fiction film over $1.1 billion, although minted $27 million in ticket sales over the weekend and its domestic collection is exceeding to $605.4 million.

However, Disney release comes out to create new history, emerges top contender at box office of others were released in February and March, M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense (1999) was the first one of stunned everyone with its massive collection at box office and then Avatar.

The Black Panther dragged the MGM-Warner Bros.’ rebooted Tomb Raider at seond place, starred Alicia Vikander, while the archaeologist adventurer Lara Croft $90 million film open with $23.5 million, appeared to be fail to get impressive attention of people .

However, it attains average reviews by the critics and 49 percent fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, although ticket-buyers gave the film a B CinemaScore and reacted with a “meh.”

Roar Uthaug’s idea to replace Angelina Jolie with Vikander, looks not bad but a video game-adapted franchise with new lead star goes down instead bagging more money at box-office as well appreciation towards the audience and critics.

However, Jolie starrer the 2001 original opened $47.7 million and totally collected $274.7 million internationally, although the big-budget 2003 sequel collapsed badly with its opening of $21.8 million domestically and total collection of $156.5 million all over the world.

The Distribution Chief for Warner Bros, Jeff Goldstein told media that Tomb Raider meets with studio hopes in North America but international ticket sales went down which is  a primary focus.