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US Boxing Office: Captain Marvel Stuck in a Magic Park

Image Captain Marvel's leadership position over the weekend remained unshakable, which is not surprising, because distributors are well aware of who runs the show in cinemas, and as new products they release only films intended for a different target audience. The debutants of the North American box office, by the way, showed themselves on a good side and managed not only to justify their expectations, but also to surpass them.

The top five for the weekend (March 15-17) is as follows:

1. "Captain Marvel"


Week at the box office: 2
Added: $ 69.3 million
Total box office: $ 266.2 million
Sank / Rise: - (-54.8%)

Blockbuster about Air Force pilot Carol Danvers in just 12 days bypassed the final results of Venom ($ 213.5 million), Justice League ($ 229 million), Doctor Strange ($ 232.6 million) and The Amazing Spider-Man ($ 262 million). Moreover, Captain Marvel boasts a global gross of $ 760.2 million, which means that the film, which spent about $ 300 million on shooting and promoting, has already paid back the budget and entered the profitable zone.

2. June Magic Park


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 16 million
Total box office: $ 16 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

The path of the animated film to the big screens was long and thorny: its development began in 2014, and in January last year, Dylan Brown was fired from his post as a director due to accusations of inappropriate behavior. By that time, the cartoon was almost ready, so the Paramount studio did not look for a replacement. However, all this could not but affect the final result, and although the Magic June Park earned more than predicted, the $ 16 million start is too weak for the $ 100 million budget, and with the release of Dumbo the last viewers will leave the amusement park.

3. "One meter apart"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 13.2 million
Total box office: $ 13.2 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

The teenage drama got off to a better start than other low-cost films in the same genre in recent years - This World ($ 11.7 million), Love Simon ($ 11.8 million) and Almost Seventeen ( $ 4.8 million). With a high A rating behind it, Justin Baldoni's picture can count on more than $ 20 million at home, which would be a great result with a budget of $ 7 million.

4. "How to Train Your Dragon 3"


Week at the box office: 4
Added: $ 9.3 million
Total box office: $ 135.6 million
Sank / Rise: -2 (-36.4%)

The third installment of the animation franchise is almost on par with its predecessor, How to Train Your Dragon 2, and is only 3% behind. The sequel has completed its rental at around $ 177 million, so the triquel will master about the same amount.

5. "Madea at the funeral"


Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 8.1 million
Total box office: $ 59.1 million
Sank / Rise: -2 (-35.1%)

The ninth film about old Madea is currently in fifth place among all its brothers in the film series, but the results of the closest neighbors in the rating, films "Madea Family Reunion" ($ 63.3 million) and "Madeia's Witness Protection Program" ($ 65.7 million), will soon be left behind, and the final part of the Tyler Perry franchise will be among the best of its kind.

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Author: Jake Pinkman