Pacific Rim: Next Movie after ‘Black Panther’

“Black Panther” has been kicking butt in the box office since it came out over six weeks ago. So naturally if you already been to the movies and watched this action packed film, what next when your going with the kids or trying to impress your new friend that prefers action over romance? Then no doubt you should be thinking about “Pacific Rim: Uprising”.  Yeap, you are going to want to sit back and brace yourself as the robots and monsters pack a good punch coming in at $28 million in ticket sales over the weekend, according to studio estimates from Sunday.

Although, if you haven’t gotten the chance to watch the “Black Panther” in a big screen or IMAX theather, you still have a chance to.   Like they say, the numbers don’t lie, and if you can gross record breaker revenue, then it must be worth watching. As this movie is the highest-grossing superhero film in North America, without adjusting for inflation, revenuing coming in at $631 million in tickets for the region. Officially surpassing “The Avengers” that came in at $623 million in 2012, and surpassing above the iconic “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”.  “Black Panther” rose to 5th place of all-time highest income of record breaking movies.




Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Where available, the latest international numbers also are included. Final three-day domestic figures will be released Monday.

1. “Pacific Rim: Uprising,” $28 million ($122.5 million international).

2. “Black Panther,” $16.7 million ($12.9 million international).

3. “I Can Only Imagine,” $13.8 million.

4. “Sherlock Gnomes,” $10.6 million.

5. “Tomb Raider,” $10.4 million.

6. “A Wrinkle in Time,” $8 million.

7. “Love, Simon,” $7.8 million.

8. “Paul, Apostle of Christ,” $5 million.

9. “Game Night,” $4.2 million.

10. “Midnight Sun,” $4.1 million.


Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada), according to comScore:

1. “Pacific Rim: Uprising,” $122.5 million.

2. “Tomb Raider,” $34.1 million.

3. “Peter Rabbit,” $28 million.

4. “Black Panther,” $12.9 million.

5. “The Boss Baby,” $7.8 million.

6. “Red Sparrow,” $6.2 million.

7. “Operation Red Sea,” $6.2 million.

8. “The Shape of Water,” $5.2 million.

9. “Be With You,” $5.1 million.

10. “Coco,” $4.5 million.