'Black Panther' Tops $600M Domestically While 'I Can Only Imagine' Surprises with $17M Debut

'Black Panther' Tops $600M Domestically While 'I Can Only Imagine' Surprises with $17M Debut
For the fifth weekend in a row, Disney and Marvel's Black Panther is the weekend's number one film at the domestic box office, becoming the first film to accomplish that feat since Avatar in 2009. The film is also only the seventh film to ever gross over $600 million at the domestic box office as it continues to dominate, now less than $18 million shy of topping The Avengers and becoming the highest grossing superhero movie of all-time. As for the weekend's new releases, WB's Tomb Raider performed as expected, delivering a second place finish while the big surprise of the weekend was Roadside and Lionsgate's release of I Can Only Imagine. The faith-based feature delivered a third place finish, defying all expectations, and topped not only Disney's A Wrinkle in Time in its sophomore session, but Fox's freshman debut, Love, Simon. With an estimated $27 million, Black Panther finished
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