Captain Marvel Goes Big in 2nd Weekend with $69M Box Office Win
Captain Marvel is still at the top of the box office with an impressive sum $ 69.3 million in domestic errands. This brings Carol Danvers' self-contained film to $ 760.2 million worldwide, in just two weeks, while it focuses on Aquaman's figures from DC. Marvel Studios' first female-directed superhero film elicits much of the positive feedback from fans and critics as the film universe of Marvel prepares for Avengers: Endgame which will be released next month as well as Brie Larson.
For Long Play, Captain Marvel will likely exceed the $ 1 billion mark at the box office in the coming weeks, possibly beating Impressive recent The figures of Aquaman are global. While the film continues to dominate at the box office, the name of Brie Larson is even more cited. The Academy Award-winning actress is now one of the biggest and most recognizable stars in the world, thanks to her affiliation to Marvel Cinematic Universe, and even has an impressive wax figure at Madame Tussauds' New York.
Animated family movie Wonder Park was in second place this weekend with $ 16 million. The debut introduced a new type of theme park from the point of view of a young girl's imagination. Five Feet Apart is also making its box office debut with $ 13.1 million. The teen novel, which introduces cystic fibrosis into the equation, easily doubled its production costs with its first weekend, making it a success.
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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World took fourth place at the box office this weekend after earning $ 9.3 million. The latest film in the trilogy has grossed more than US $ 466.5 million since its inception. The funeral of Tyler Perry's Madea family took fifth place after raising $ 8 million. Globally, the family comedy has almost cashed nearly $ 60 million after three weeks of presence in theaters.
No Frida 2 Sleeves, another box office premiere, takes sixth place this weekend with $ 3.8 million, while Captive State debuted with $ 3.1 million. However, the sci-fi movie receives good reviews. The LEGO 2 movie: The second part continues to fall after bringing in $ 2.1 million and taking eighth place. The sequel was not the success expected by the studio when it was released six weeks ago. The Alita: Battle Angel and Green Book who occupy respectively the ninth and tenth places, closed the top 10 this weekend, after winning respectively 1.9 and 1.2 millions of dollars. You can check out the rest of this week's figures at the Mojo Box Office.
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