Los Angeles (AFP)
"Captain Marvel", the first marvel photo about a superhero, took the head in the box office in North America with $ 153 million in income, according to the last figures released. T with a specialist company Exhibitor Relations.
Following the success of the Black Panther, which had saved 202 million dollars during its first weekend in halls in 2018, it appears that "Captain Marvel" demonstrates that the diversity of the recipe is such as that of the t theaters.
The film, directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, in which Brie Larson, the 2016 Oscar winner, will take up her post in the "Chamber". She plays Carol Danvers, who is Marvel's Captain, who was an outstanding pilot in a plane crash with a foreign spaceship, which will improve its superpowers.
Also credited are Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Annette Bening and Jude Law.
Long behind, we get $ 14.7 million "Dragons 3: the world world", an inspired studio DreamWorks which brings together for the third and final journey of young Harold and the dragon Krokmou. He reported 119.6 million in three weeks.
The last place of the podium is included in "A Madea Family Funeral", the ninth and final paragraph of the saga of "Madea", which features Mabel "Madea" Simmons, in their homecoming. grew up, which was popular in North America but almost elsewhere.
The film raised $ 12.5 million in the United States and Canada, and $ 45.3 million in two weeks.
Fourth place goes to "The Big Adventure Lego 2" and the $ 3.9 million (97.1 million five weeks), ahead of "Alita: Battle Angel", along with Fox's latest animated film co-produced and co-produced by James Cameron, with $ 3.2 million in income ($ 78.4 million in four weeks).
The top 10 of the top are:
6 – "Green Book: On South Road:" 2.5 million (80.2 million over the next seventeen weeks)
7 – "Romantic": 2.3 million (44 million in four weeks)
– "Greta": 2.2 million (8.3 million in two weeks)
9 – "Fighting with my family": 2.2 million (18.6 million in four weeks)
10 – "Apollo 11": 1.3 million (3.7 million in two weeks)
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