HOLLYWOOD—Well, for the third consecutive weekend a Marvel film remains at the top spot at the box-office. “Avengers: Infinity War” held off competition from new releases “Breaking In” and “Life of the Party” to add another $62 million to its tally. The comic book adventure has since earned $548 million at the domestic box-office. On a global scale, “Infinity War” has amounted $1.606 billion. That is an impressive feat to say the least. Nabbing second place was the Melissa McCarthy comedy “Life of the Party” with $18.5 million. Not bad, but we’ve seen McCarthy do bigger business with previous films at theaters like “Spy,” “Tammy” and “The Boss.”
Debuting in third place was the action-thriller “Breaking In” starring Gabrielle Union. The film earned $16.5 million after debuting in over 2,500 theaters. Not bad for a flick that cost a mere $6 million to produce. The Anna Faris comedy “Overboard” dropped to fourth place with $10.1 million. The comedy has since amounted $30 million at the domestic box-office.
Rounding out the top five was the horror flick “A Quiet Place” with $6.4 million. The thriller directed by John Krasinski has earned $170 million at the domestic box-office since its release. Well, it looks like “Avengers: Infinity War” and its reign at the box-office is about to come to an end. Why? The highly anticipated sequel, “Deadpool 2” arrives on Friday and it’s expected to do major business at the box-office.