Black Panther sneaked past the competition and was number one again with $27 million. Tomb Raider seized the number two spot, opening with $ 23.5 million. I Can Only Imagine was dreamy, opening at number three with $17 million. A Wrinkle in Time was aging at
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Black Panther ruled the box office once again, holding at number one with $41.1 million. A Wrinkle in Time was crinkly, opening at number two with $33.3 million. Strangers: Prey at Night was welcomed, opening at number three with $10.4 million. Red Sparrow fluttered about at
Black Panther clawed its was to the top spot for a third week with $65.7 million. Red Sparrow fluttered into second place, opening with $17 million. Death Wish had a weak pulse, opening at number three with $13 million. Game Night rolled the dice at number four
Black Panther destroyed the competition, snagging another $108 million in the top spot. Game Night was a winner, opening at number two with $16.6 million. Peter Rabbit nibbled his way to number three with $12.5 million. Annihilation was invisible, opening at number four with $11 million.
Black Panther slashed the competition, opening with an astounding $192 million! Peter Rabbit held strong at number two with $17.2 million. Fifty Shades Freed got beat down to number three with $16.9 million. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle rumbled at number four with $7.9 million.