Despite falling to second place, Black Panther still brought in $16.1 million to raise its domestic six-week total over $630 million. This makes the film the highest grossing comic book adaptation of all time. Impressively, around the globe, the film has amassed over $1.2 billion.
Third place again belonged to I Can Only Imagine, which brought in $13.8 million to raise its domestic total to $38.3 million. Elsewhere, the animated film Sherlock Gnomes made its domestic debut this weekend to the tune of $10.6 million. Tomb Raider, meanwhile, suffered a sharp drop of 56%, taking in just $10.4 million after banking $23.5 million during its opening weekend. Meanwhile, A Wrinkle in Time added $8 million to lift its three-week total to $73.9 million.
In Paul, Apostle of Christ, Luke (Caviezel) risks his life to visit Paul (Faulkner), who is held captive in a Roman prison under Nero’s rule. Together, they struggle against a determined emperor and the frailties of the human spirit in order to live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ and spread their message to the world.
“Paul, Apostle of Christ brings to life on screen the powerful story of a man who changed the course of history through his committed faith, yet at great cost to himself,
Jim Caviezel recently was interviewed in honor of his upcoming movie Paul, Apostle of the Christ, in which, he plays Luke. He was asked about The Resurrection and confirmed his involvement. While he couldn't say much in terms of story details, he claims that it will be "the biggest film in history." Here's what Caviezel had to say about it.
"There are things that I
Sky 1 announced the casting of the series, which is currently shooting in the United Kingdom, on its website Monday. The actress also took to Instagram to share a picture from set in which she sports a bob. She captioned the photo, “Back on set of my new TV show #SickNote.”
Yes, Paul has an American accent, likes bagels, can show you the universe by touching your forehead. And also – he’s hilarious! The trailer doesn’t provide an overwhelming argument
The “stabbing in Hall H” after the Resident Evil: Afterlife panel, which caused a delay before Universal’s Cowboys & Aliens/Paul presentation, might turn out to be a scuffle between two friends that wound up with one of the men going to the hospital with a “scratch” over his eye.
We’ll keep our eye on the developments; in the meantime, remember: pens are for writing, not stabbing.
The violence broke out after an argument over saved seats; ultimately, one man stabbed the other with a pen. The perpetrator was promptly arrested and police began an investigation inside Hall H. The victim has been taken to a local hospital.
Panels were delayed temporarily as police began their investigation and the scene of the altercation was cleaned up. Police continued their questioning of witnesses as the Cowboys & Aliens/Paul presentation began.
More news on this story as it develops.
The funnyman was scheduled to star in Inglorious Bastards alongside Brad Pitt.
But Pegg pulled out of the project because it clashes with the filming of his movie Paul.
A spokesman for the star says, "Unfortunately, the schedule overlaps with another film Simon is already committed to."
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