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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, February 26, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Disneyís Black Panther grossed $8.098 M on Monday to easily lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day. In the process, Black Panther has moved into 22nd place on the all-time domestic list with a massive eleven-day take of $411.712 M. Yesterday also saw Black Panther pass by the total domestic grosses of both 2016ís Captain America: Civil War and 2013ís Iron Man 3 to already become the third highest grossing film ever domestically within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (behind only 2012ís Marvelís The Avengers and 2015ís Avengers: Age of Ultron). Black Panther is running an impressive 8.1 percent ahead of the $380.995 M eleven-day gross of Marvelís The Avengers. On Monday, Black Panther was down 77.1 percent from Sunday and down a very sharp, but understandable 79.8 percent from last Mondayís inflated Presidentsí Day performance.

Internationally, Black Panther grossed an estimated $10.9 M on Monday. The filmís international total currently stands at $316.2 M; while the filmís current global total stands at $727.9 M. International totals through Monday by territory include $42.2 M in the U.K., $36.8 M in South Korea, $19.4 M in Brazil, $17.9 M in Mexico, $17.9 M in Australia, $15.8 M in France, $11.4 M in Germany, $10.6 M in Taiwan and $10.1 M in Indonesia.

Warner and New Lineís Game Night took second place on Monday with $1.303 M. That represented a 70.6 percent decline from Sundayís performance. In comparison, 2016ís Office Christmas Party decreased 61.1 percent on its first Monday to take in $1.404 M. Game Night has grossed a solid $18.308 M in four days, which is in line with expectations and places the film just ahead of the $18.294 M four-day start of Office Christmas Party. Game Night will hope to hold up well going forward, thanks in part to strong critical reviews and good word of mouth.

Paramountís Annihilation followed in third with $974 K. Annihilation held up nicely on Monday, as the film declined 68.0 percent from Sunday. Like Game Night, Annihilation is also running in line with expectations with a four-day launch of $12.046 M. That places Annihilation 11.0 percent behind the $13.535 M four-day haul of last yearís Life, which fell a similar 68.2 percent on its first Monday to gross $1.033 M. Thus far Annihilation has already taken in 47.3 percent of the $25.443 M final gross of director Alex Gardlandís Ex Machina back in 2015.

Universalís Fifty Shades Freed and Sonyís Peter Rabbit claimed fourth and fifth place with respective daily grosses of $576 K and $565 K. The two films were separated by just $11,021 for the day. Fifty Shades Freed declined 67.2 percent from Sunday and 73.0 percent from last Monday, while Peter Rabbit decreased 86.4 percent from Sunday and an extremely sharp 90.4 percent from last Mondayís Presidentsí Day take. Through 18 days of release, Fifty Shades Freed is running towards the higher end of expectations with $90.369 M and Peter Rabbit has grossed a stronger than expected $72.071 M.







Daily domestic box office results for Monday, February 26, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Black Panther
(Disney)
$8,098,481 4,020 $2,015 -77.1% -79.8% $411,711,738 2.038 2
2 Game Night
(Warner / New Line)
$1,303,144 3,488 $374 -70.6% N/A $18,308,476 1.077 1
3 Annihilation
(Paramount)
$974,161 2,012 $484 -68.0% N/A $12,045,745 1.088 1
4 Fifty Shades Freed
(Universal)
$575,530 3,265 $176 -67.2% -73.0% $90,368,595 2.344 3
5 Peter Rabbit
(Sony / Columbia)
$564,509 3,707 $152 -86.4% -90.4% $72,070,593 2.882 3
6 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
(Sony / Columbia)
$310,732 2,519 $123 -81.1% -85.0% $387,595,444 10.716 10
7 The 15:17 to Paris
(Warner Bros.)
$295,032 2,752 $107 -69.1% -77.9% $32,526,043 2.591 3
8 The Greatest Showman
(Fox)
$259,876 1,601 $162 -72.5% -82.6% $161,038,395 18.288 10
9 The Shape of Water
(Fox Searchlight)
$150,723 721 $209 -58.8% -61.8% $55,516,822 18.503 13
10 Three Billboards Outside
Ebbing, Missouri
(Fox Searchlight)
$123,517 691 $179 -66.2% -67.6% $50,275,720 11.419 16
11 The Post
(Fox / DreamWorks)
$115,647 795 $145 -68.1% -74.3% $79,004,609 4.080 10
12 Samson
(Pure Flix)
$91,498 1,140 $80 -70.2% -70.8% $3,834,702 1.973 2
13 Early Man
(Lionsgate)
$90,757 2,494 $36 -85.7% -91.5% $6,944,142 2.176 2
14 Darkest Hour
(Focus)
$85,040 795 $107 -59.5% -62.4% $54,550,507 14.016 14
15 Phantom Thread
(Focus)
$74,805 651 $115 -84.3% -56.8% $19,091,409 5.880 9
16 Winchester
(Lionsgate / CBS Films)
$74,126 852 $87 -68.4% -82.1% $23,809,350 2.558 4
17 Maze Runner: The Death Cure
(Fox)
$67,169 952 $71 -75.5% -89.6% $56,396,392 2.334 5
18 I, Tonya
(NEON / 30West)
$60,283 423 $143 -67.0% -71.7% $28,156,914 8.373 12
19 Lady Bird
(A24)
$58,407 601 $97 -75.6% -62.0% $47,360,177 11.672 17
20 Den of Thieves
(STXfilms)
$43,464 357 $122 -64.4% -76.2% $44,349,993 2.917 6
21 Hostiles
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$40,248 418 $96 -61.0% -75.8% $29,173,395 2.885 10
22 12 Strong
(Warner Bros.)
$32,364 448 $72 -71.6% -81.0% $44,926,331 2.841 6
23 Star Wars: The Last Jedi
(Disney)
$31,338 292 $107 -71.4% -80.3% $618,759,894 2.812 11
24 Detective Chinatown 2
(Warner Bros.)
$28,195 111 $254 -69.4% -83.2% $1,565,659 2.224 2
25 Coco
(Disney)
$27,720 266 $104 -81.8% -87.3% $208,060,133 4.095 14
26 La Boda de Valentina
(Lionsgate / Pantelion)
$16,635 141 $118 -80.4% -79.6% $2,524,770 2.201 3
27 Molly's Game
(STXfilms)
$14,059 104 $135 -61.9% -67.4% $28,609,593 4.173 9
28 Ferdinand
(Fox)
$11,967 214 $56 -84.1% -89.1% $82,821,947 6.180 11
29 The Commuter
(Lionsgate)
$11,264 138 $82 -65.3% -42.5% $36,126,122 2.637 7
30 Wonder
(Lionsgate)
$11,025 158 $70 -70.4% -80.8% $131,958,107 4.790 15
31 Paddington 2
(Warner Bros.)
$10,842 281 $39 -85.7% -94.7% $39,813,483 3.619 7
32 Thor: Ragnarok
(Disney)
$9,094 131 $69 -76.0% -76.6% $314,821,462 2.565 17
33 Monster Hunt 2
(Lionsgate)
$8,992 55 $163 -64.9% -86.2% $620,259 1.815 2
34 Pad Man
(Sony / Columbia)
$8,404 95 $88 -67.8% -87.6% $1,610,568 2.175 3
35 Pitch Perfect 3
(Universal)
$5,770 135 $43 -75.8% -77.4% $104,788,505 5.258 10
36 Insidious: The Last Key
(Universal)
$5,305 110 $48 -71.2% -76.0% $67,330,925 2.276 8
37 Justice League
(Warner Bros.)
$4,923 137 $36 -81.4% -82.3% $228,895,272 2.439 15
38 The Florida Project
(A24)
$2,009 21 $96 -49.8% -71.5% $5,856,566 9.241 21
39 The Disaster Artist
(A24 / New Line)
$912 12 $76 -44.9% -67.8% $21,109,131 3.316 14

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