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Director Christopher McQuarrie, Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill on the sets of MI6Christopher McQuarrie, Instagram

Tom Cruise starrer Mission: Impossible – Fallout has won the weekend box office second time in a row. The action-packed franchise rolled out its sixth Mission: Impossible movie on July 27 and it has been unstoppable.

The movie has earned $35 million over its second weekend, leaving Disney's Christopher Robin behind by $10 million. The Winnie the Pooh movie opened at a disappointing $25 million.

Mission: Impossible 6 witnessed only 43 percent drop at the box office which is a good sign for the franchise. MI 6 currently holds a domestic box office collection of $124 million, Variety reports. Cruise's new release is putting up a good show internationally as well.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film has collected yet another $76 million from global markets which has helped Mission: Impossible – Fallout to register $329.5 million worldwide box office collection.

Black Panther box office collection:

While the movie is Cruising its way to a good box office collection, King T'Challa is still going strong at the box office. It has been a good six months since Black Panther released and it is still running in theatres and helping Marvel break and set records.

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The movie is set to record a whopping $700 million at the domestic box office this weekend. The movie registered one of the biggest openings of this year until Avengers: Infinity War shattered its record in April.

According to Deadline, the movie has had a terrific run on the international front as well. Black Panther has earned $646.7 million globally, bringing the worldwide box office collection cume to $1.346 billion to date.

The collection places Black Panther as the highest grossing movie of 2018, as of yet, and third highest grossing movie ever. The Marvel movie finds a spot just behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936.7 million) and Avatar ($760.5 million).