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'Deadpool 2' Takes Over Top Spot At Box Office


‘Deadpool 2’ has taken over the top spot at the box office from ‘Avengers: Infinity War’. The R-rated 20th Century Fox film took in $125 million its first weekend in theatres. The sequel fell just short of the $132 million made by the first ‘Deadpool’ movie two years ago. With a global launch of $301 million, ‘DP2’ is now the second-biggest launch in Fox’s history.

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