Alicia Vikander doing her take on Lara Croft was unable to dethrone Black Panther as the Marvel flick made over $27 million and retained the #1 spot. Tomb Raider managed a respectable $23.5 million opening, and worldwide the flick has already amassed $126 million. Here’s the top 10:
1. Black Panther – $27 million
2. Tomb Raider – $23.5 million
3. I Can Only Imagine – Faith based drama, starring Dennis Quaid and Madeline Carroll, does solid business with a $17 million debut.
4. A Wrinkle In Time – Critically mixed flick takes in $16.5 million.
5. Love, Simon – Teen drama collects $11.5 million
6. Game Night – Jason Bateman/Rachel McAdams comedy earns $5.5 million and to date it’s grossed over $54 million domestically.
7. Peter Rabbit – $5.2 million
8. Strangers: Prey at Night – $4.8 million
9. Red Sparrow– Jennifer Lawrence thriller earns $4.4 million and it’s been a critical and commercial disappointment.
10. Death Wish – It’s more like DOA, as this movie failed to set the box office world on fire. Bruce Willis flick makes $3.4 million.
Black Panther was the #1 film yet again over the weekend, and now it has the distinction of being the fifth Marvel film to pass over $1 billion in worldwide box office receipts. A Wrinkle in Time, budgeted at an estimated $100 million, checked in at second place with $33.3 million. Here’s the top 10:
1. Black Panther – $41.1 million
2. A Wrinkle in Time – $33.3 million
3. Strangers: Prey at Night – $10.4 million
4. Red Sparrow – Jennifer Lawrence film makes just $8.1 million and to date it’s collected only $31 million domestically.
5. Game Night – $7.9 million
6. Peter Rabbit – The flick is closing on the $100 million mark with a domestic take of $93 million. This weekend, it makes $6.8 million.
7. Death Wish – Remake starring Bruce Willis under performs with $6.6 million
8. The Hurricane Heist – $3.2 million
9. Annihilation – Futuristic thriller starring Natalie Portman has been a box office misfire. $3.1 million
Black Panthercontinues its amazing box-office run as it made $65.7 million over the weekend to beat newcomers Red Sparrow#2, $17 million) and Death Wish (#3, 13 million). To date, Black Panther has amassed over $500 million domestically. Here’s the top 10:
1. Black Panther – $65.7 million
2. Red Sparrow – $17 million
3. Death Wish – Bruce Willis takes on Charles Bronson territory with sub-par results. $13 million
4. Game Night – Comedy starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams makes $10.7 million.
5. Peter Rabbit – To date, the flick has made over $84 million domestically. This weekend it takes in $10 million
7. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – With over $393 million domestically, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is one of this year’s biggest hits and proves Kevin Hart and The Rock are an unbeatable duo. This weekend it makes $4.5 million
8. Fifty Shades Freed – $3.3 million
9. The Greatest Showman – Hugh Jackman musical collects $2.67 million
Since 2001, Rachel McAdams has filmed nearly 30 movies, and she even received an Oscar nomination in 2016 for her role in Spotlight. But if you ask people to name just one Rachel McAdams movie, chances are they’ll say The Notebook. It may not have won her any Oscars — though she and Ryan Gosling did win an MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss — but the film adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel is beloved by millions of movie fans, including McAdams herself. (Click on the media bar below to hear Rachel McAdams)
McAdams currently stars with Jason Bateman and Kyle Chandler in the comedic crime mystery Game Night, which is in theaters now.
Logan Lerman (Fury, The Perks of Being a Wallflower) stars in The Vanishing of Sidney Hall, a drama and mystery that centers on three stages of a person’s life.
As a teenager, Sidney Hall (Lerman) is an idealistic youth who has designs of becoming a writer. His overwhelming success as a novelist doesn’t leads to a lifetime of happiness, but instead he becomes a drifter who actually burns as many of his books as possible. Kyle Chandler (Game Night) co-stars as the the detective who searches for Sidney Hall, with Michelle Monaghan co-starring as Hall’s mother.
Lerman had the challenging feat of not just playing three different stages of Sidney’s life, but he’s also an executive producer of the project. Click on the media bar below to hear Lerman talk about the most challenging aspect of acting in The Vanishing of Sidney Hall.
The Vanishing of Sidney Hall opens in theaters March 2.