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North American Box Office Report (Weekend of Mar 16th)

With the weekend coming to an end and a new year just beginning, check out how the North American box office fared. Another week, another record for Black Panther, or at least tied one set by Avatar with its fifth consecutive week at number one. It even has a chance to become the top grossing MCU film with a current gross $605.4 million compared to $623.4 for The Avengers as it will surely be around for the foreseeable future. New releases, which included the video game reboot of the Tomb Raider series finished in 2nd place, the Christian drama I Can Only Imagine finished in a surprising 3rd place on nearly half the screens of other new releases, the Gay teen romance Love Simon finished in 5th place, and the limited release 7 Days In Entebbe finished in 13th place. 

This Week Last Week Title Studio Weekend Gross ($USD) Total Gross ($USD) Total Weeks
1 1 Black Panther Disney $27.02M $605.4M 5
2 Tomb Raider Warner Bros. $23.53M $23.53M 1
3 I Can Only Imagine Roadside $17.06M $17.06M 1
4 2 A Wrinkle in Time Disney $16.57M $61.06M 2
5 Love, Simon Fox $11.5M $11.5M 1
6 4 Game Night Warner Bros. $5.57M $54.17M 3
7 6 Peter Rabbit Sony $5.2M $102.44M 6
8 3 The Strangers: Prey at Night Aviron $4.81M $18.61M 2
9 4 Red Sparrow Fox $4.45M $39.58M 3
10 7 Death Wish MGM $3.37M $29.95M 3
11 8 Annihilation Paramount $1.7M $29.59M 4
12 10 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Sony $1.65M $400.27M 13
13 7 Days In Entebbe Focus $1.63M $1.63M 1
14 13 The Greatest Showman Fox $1.18M $169.74M 13
15 9 The Hurricane Heist Entertainment Studios $1.03M $5.37M 2
16 12 The Shape of Water Fox Searchlight $800,000 $62.69M 16
17 11 Gringo STX $630,000 $4.5M 2
18 14 Fifty Shades Freed Universal $615,000 $99.63M 6
19 The Death of Stalin IFC $580,576 $843,967 2
20 Thoroughbreds Focus $470,000 $2.28M 2

Results from comScore.com.

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