Box Office Top 20: '' Black Panther ' ratings record Monday

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This image launched by Disney shows Chadwick Boseman in a scene from Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther.”

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018|6:49 p.m.

NEW YORK– With a massive $40.2 million in ticket sales Monday, “Black Panther” has actually set another box-office record: greatest Monday ever.

The Walt Disney Co. once again raised its box-office estimates for the Marvel sensation on Tuesday. The movie’s updated Monday performance– $7 million higher than Disney earlier forecast– narrowly topped the previous record, set by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in 2015 with $40.1 million.

The greater Monday figure provides “Black Panther” the second greatest four-day weekend, behind just the $288.1 countless “The Force Awakens.” With $242 million over the Presidents’ Day weekend, “Black Panther” relocations ahead of December’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” in the ranks of four-day starts.

Ryan Coogler’s movie, starring Chadwick Boseman, is the very first big-budget tent pole release including a nearly all-black cast. The movie’s three-day gross of $201.8 million ranks 5th highest of all time, not representing inflation.

Worldwide, “Black Panther,” which cost $200 million to make, is likewise outshining earlier quotes. It has actually made $184.6 million abroad so far, providing it a worldwide total of $426.6 million.

The leading 20 films at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Monday, followed by circulation studio, gross, number of theater places, average receipts per place, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by comScore:

1. “Black Panther,” Disney, $242,155,680, 4,020 areas, $60,238 average, $242,155,680, 1 Week.

2. “Peter Bunny,” Sony, $23,382,931, 3,725 locations, $6,277 average, $54,355,473, 2 Weeks.

3. “Fifty Tones Freed,” Universal, $19,439,120, 3,768 areas, $5,159 average, $78,630,575, 2 Weeks.

4. “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle,” Sony, $10,014,906, 2,800 locations, $3,577 average, $379,693,471, 9 Weeks.

5. “The 15:17 To Paris,” Warner Bros., $8,923,106, 3,042 locations, $2,933 average, $26,670,823, 2 Weeks.

6. “The Best Showman,” 20th Century Fox, $6,527,597, 1,936 areas, $3,372 average, $155,905,953, 9 Weeks.

7. “Early Man,” Lionsgate, $4,260,148, 2,494 locations, $1,708 average, $4,260,148, 1 Week.

8. “Labyrinth Runner: The Death Remedy,” 20th Century Fox, $3,243,854, 1,892 areas, $1,715 average, $54,723,980, 4 Weeks.

9. “Winchester,” Lionsgate, $2,619,156, 1,479 places, $1,771 average, $22,249,335, 3 Weeks.

10. “The Post,” 20th Century Fox, $2,437,992, 1,050 places, $2,322 average, $77,047,364, 9 Weeks.

11. “Samson,” Pure Flix, $2,255,864, 1,249 locations, $1,806 average, $2,255,864, 1 Week.

12. “The Forming Of Water,” Fox Searchlight, $2,055,052, 957 areas, $2,147 average, $53,633,766, 12 Weeks.

13. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri,” Fox Searchlight, $1,895,019, 780 areas, $2,430 average, $48,364,525, 15 Weeks.

14. “Darkest Hour,” Focus Characteristic, $1,153,160, 602 places, $1,916 average, $53,394,852, 13 Weeks.

15. “I, Tonya,” Neon Rated, $1,120,319, 502 locations, $2,232 average, $27,224,441, 11 Weeks.

16. “Den Of Burglars,” STX Home entertainment, $1,116,790, 730 locations, $1,530 average, $43,618,720, 5 Weeks.

17. “12 Strong,” Warner Bros., $1,108,467, 815 places, $1,360 average, $44,256,673, 5 Weeks.

18. “Hostiles,” Entertainment Studios Movement Pictures, $1,004,135, 767 locations, $1,309 average, $28,480,960, 9 Weeks.

19. “Coco,” Disney, $908,454, 385 locations, $2,360 average, $207,389,121, 13 Weeks.

20. “Phantom Thread,” Focus Characteristic, $891,565, 355 places, $2,511 average, $17,888,189, 8 Weeks.

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