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North American Box Office Report (Weekend of Mar 2nd)

With the weekend coming to an end and a new year just beginning, check out how the North American box office fared. Another weekend, another Black Panther win. Thanks to Black Panther, the February box office surpassed $1 billion for the first time (with Black Panther earning 43% of the total gross). It’s winning streak does not look to end anytime soon. Next week’s A Wrinkle in Time looks to challenge and Pacific Rim: Uprising also has a chance but only time will tell. New releases, the R-rated, Red Sparrow and Death Wish finished in 2nd and 3rd place respectively, far behind the more accessible Black Panther. It’s also nice to see Call Me By Your Name up there as well as it has not been distributed well despite being an awards contender.

This Week Last Week Title Studio Weekend Gross ($USD) Total Gross ($USD) Total Weeks
1 1 Black Panther Disney $65.71M $501.11M 3
2 Red Sparrow Fox $17M $17M 1
3 Death Wish MGM $13.03M $13.03M 1
4 2 Game Night Warner Bros. $10.71M $33.54M 2
5 3 Peter Rabbit Sony $10M $84.06M 4
6 4 Annihilation Paramount $5.65M $20.64M 2
7 6 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Sony $4.5M $393.2M 11
8 5 Fifty Shades Freed Universal $3.31M $95.6M 4
9 8 The Greatest Showman Fox $2.68M $164.62M 11
10 9 Every Day Orion $1.56M $5.26M 2
11 7 The 15:17 to Paris Warner Bros. $1.46M $35M 4
12 14 The Shape of Water Fox Searchlight $1.4M $57.39M 14
13 12 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Fox Searchlight $1.23M $52M 17
14 Call Me by Your Name Sony Classics $919,926 $17.05M 15
15 13 The Post Fox $915,000 $80.37M 14
16 18 Phantom Thread Focus $590,000 $20.12M 10
17 19 Darkest Hour Focus $570,000 $55.42M 15
18 I, Tonya Neon $561,061 $28.95M 13
19 20 Lady Bird A24 $532,204 $48.29M 18
20 17 Winchester Lionsgate $525,000 $24.55M 5

Results from comScore.com.

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