The bad news: Black Panther’s reign at the top of the weekend box office chart is over. The good news: Black Panther still made $16.6 million from Friday to Sunday, and that brought its domestic total to $630.9 million. That makes it not only the biggest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie; that makes it the biggest superhero movie ever (EVER!) in the United States. Truly incredible.

Here’s the full box office chart:

Film Weekend Per Screen Total
1 Pacific Rim Uprising $28,003,000 $7,552 $28,003,000
2 Black Panther $16,658,000 (-37%) $4,943 $630,916,236
3 I Can Only Imagine $13,837,495 (-19%) $6,142 $38,316,986
4 Sherlock Gnomes $10,600,000 $2,895 $10,600,000
5 Tomb Raider $10,430,000 (-55%) $2,706 $41,748,108
6 A Wrinkle in Time $8,044,000 (-50%) $2,350 $73,886,607
7 Love, Simon $7,800,000 (-33%) $3,205 $23,695,601
8 Paul, Apostle of Christ $5,000,000 $3,394 $5,000,000
9 Game Night $4,160,000 (-25%) $2,229 $60,813,535
10 Midnight Sun $4,119,000 $1,896 $4,119,000

Although it was somewhat overshadowed by Black Panther’s incredible accomplishment, the top movie of the weekend was Pacific Rim Uprising, the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s monsters versus robots sci-fi film. The sequel opened with about $28 million, down a fair amount from Pacific Rim’s $37.2 million debut in July of 2013, but it also grossed a whopping $122 million overseas, bringing its one-weekend total to $150 million. The first movie supposedly got a sequel because the film performed so well in China. If these numbers hold, we could get a third Pacific Rim for exactly the same reason.

Back to Black Panther. It is now the biggest comic-book movie ever in the United States; ahead of The AvengersThe Dark Knight, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. On a worldwide basis its $1.2 billion puts it in third among the Marvel Cinematic Universe, behind only the two Avengers movies. (Yes, Black Panther is the biggest solo movie in the entire MCU.) All-time it is now the fifth biggest domestic hit in history, behind just Star Wars: The Force AwakensAvatarTitanic, and Jurassic World. Wow.

Third place for the weekend went to I Can Only Imagine, which dropped just 19 percent, the lowest drop of the weekend, to gross $13.8 million. Fourth place for the weekend was the new animated film Sherlock Gnomes, very faithfully based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It grossed $10.6 million, less than half the previous film in the series, Gnomeo & Juliet made in its opening weekend. But that film was very faithfully based on the works of William Shakespeare, who is statistically a much bigger box office draw than Doyle. Fifth place on the chart was the reboot of Tomb Raider, which dropped almost 56 percent from last weekend and grossed just $10.4 million. After 10 days in theaters, it’s made $41 million against a reported budget of over $90 million.

There was a very clear winner on a per-screen basis last weekend as well: Wes Anderson, whose Isle of Dogs grossed over $1.5 million on just 27 screens around the country. That checks out to a per-screen average of more than $58,000. No other movie this weekend had a PSA of more than $10,000. People love dogs almost as much as they love black panthers.

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