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Avengers: #InfinityWar Rules The Box Office Again

Look, you knew that, barring some Thanos-level intervention that Avengers: Infinity War would dominate the box office once again. The only real question was by how much. With the movie breaking records seemingly every day, it managed a strong $112.4 million for its second weekend in the States alone.

This latest success story for Marvel is now past $450 million in the US, and its global take has just passed a billion, with $1.16 billion in the bank. It still has a few countries left to debut, with China looking to deliver a strong response. It may not be likely to de-throne Titanic or Avatar, but it's still a huge smash by any metric. No pressure, Untitled Avengers Movie...

New Anna Faris comedy Overboard, a gender-flipped remake of the 1987 Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell pic took in $14.7 million, which was about inline with expectations. A Quiet Place slipped to third on $7.6 million, and I Feel Pretty was down to fourth, earning $4.9 million. Rampage rounded out the top five, making $4.6 million.

The second new entry of the weekend was Tully, a reunion for the Young Adult team of Jason Reitman, Diablo Cody and Charlize Theron. It was aiming for a different audience, and made $3.1 million. Following its jump up the charts last weekend, Black Panther fell a couple of places to seventh, but still made $3.1 million. Horror Truth Or Dare was eighth, taking home $1.8 million.

In ninth, we find Super Troopers 2 with $1.8 million, while new thriller Bad Samaritan debuted at 10th, earning $1.7 million.

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