This file image released by Disney and Marvel Studios' shows Chadwick Boseman in a scene from "Black Panther." (Marvel Studios/Disney via AP, File)
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Digging in its claws, "Black Panther" has clung to its box-office lead for a fifth straight weekend, taking in an estimated $27 million in North American theaters while fending off two new films, website Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.The Disney/Marvel superhero film has now earned a domestic total of just over $600 million while becoming the first film since "Avatar" in 2009 to hold the top spot for five straight weekends.It is only days away from overtaking another Marvel film, "The Avengers," as the all-time top-grossing superhero film in North America, Variety reported.
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