Black Panther to dominate North American box office yet again

9 March 2018

Marvel Studio's 'Black Panther' will dominate the North American Box Office for the fourth weekend to over half a billion dollars. "Black Panther," which is the first black super heroe movie, is expected to bring in $39 million from Friday to Sunday bringing its total domestic box office haul to $560 million since the movie hit theaters on February 16. "A Wrinkle in Time," which stars Oscar-winners Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon, is due to take second place with a weekend box office haul of $33 million. Jennifer Lawrence's spy caper "Red Sparrow" is expected to take third place with weekend box office taking of $8 million. New in fourth place is horror "The Strangers: Prey at Night," with box office predictions of $8 million through Sunday. Hanging on in fifth position is Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdam's "Game Night." The comedy-thriller is predicted to bring in another $7 million bringing its total box office takings to $44 million by Sunday.