“Black Panther” reigns supreme again with $108 million weekend

Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) — Marvel Studio’s Black Panther continued its domination at the box office, raking in an estimated $108 million.

The film delivered the second-highest second weekend in history, overtaking 2015’s Jurassic World. Additionally, it’s the fourth film ever to earn over $100 million in its second weekend and also joins Jurassic World as the second-fastest film to cross the $400 million mark,

Overseas, Black Panther brought in an estimated $83.8 million, bringing its worldwide tally to more than $700 million. Marvel is owed by Disney, parent company of ABC News.

Game Night, the racy comedy starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, finished in second place with an estimated $16.6 million haul.

The CGI animation-live action feature Peter Rabbit took third in its third week, earning an estimated $12.5 million, followed by the debut of the Natalie Portman-led sci-fi thriller Annihilation in fourth, with an estimated $11 million take.

Fifty Shades Freed rounded out the top five, earning $6.9 million.

Marvel Studios shares a corporate parent with ABC News in Disney.

Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated weekend gross ticket sales:

1. Black Panther, $108 million
2. Game Night, $16.6 million
3. Peter Rabbit, $12.5 million
4. Annihilation, $11 million
5. Fifty Shades Freed, $6.9 million
6. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, $5.65 million
7. The 15:17 to Paris, $3.6 million
8. The Greatest Showman, $3.4 million
9. Every Day, $3.4 million
10. Early Man, $1.7 million

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