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"Black Panther" remains Number 1 for 5 Straight Weeks

20 March 2018

The burgeoning actor, now known for his portrayal of a young Erik Killmonger in Marvel's Black Panther, reportedly earned $1,000 a day during filming for the superhero flick, earning a guaranteed paycheck of $7,654 according to a contract obtained by TMZ. The 2001 original opened $47.7 million and grossed $274.7 million worldwide, but the big-budget 2003 sequel flopped, opening with $21.8 million domestically and grossing $156.5 million worldwide.

"Black Panther" has totaled a stunning $605.4 million in 31 days.

"Black Panther" has now inched its way to $605 million in US ticket sales. The film is also closing in on $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office.

In fourth, down two spots from last week, was Disney's science fantasy adventure "A Wrinkle in Time", at $16.6 million, a 50 percent drop from last weekend.

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Digging in its claws, "Black Panther" clung to its domestic box office lead for a fifth straight week, taking $26.7 million as Disney's other marquee release "A Wrinkle in Time" crashed and burned, data showed Monday.

The Christian drama I Can Only Imagine blew away expectations to open with $17.1 million.

It stars Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel in the story of a teen trying to hide the truth about his sexuality from his family, his friends and all of his classmates.

Internationally, the remake earned an estimated $84.5 million, bringing its global total to an estimated $102.5 million.

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"Black Panther" will face competition next weekend from Universal-Legendary's launch of "Pacific Rim: Uprising" and Paramount's animated comedy "Sherlock Gnomes".

But it did gang-busters overseas tapping into $102.5 million for a worldwide take of $126 million. according to Box Office Mojo.

Game Night ($5.6 million), Red Sparrow ($4.5 million) and Death Wish ($3.4 million) round out the top ten.

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