Movie openings

1. Red Sparrow

2. Nostalgia

3. Death Wish

4. A Fantastic Woman

5. The Lullaby

Jennifer Lawrence

The Oscar-winning actress is making the media rounds to promote her new thriller Red Sparrow, which opens Friday. She is on the cover of the March Vanity Fair and spoke at length with Bill Whitaker on CBS’ 60 Minutes.

Spy vs. spy: In Red Sparrow, she plays a Russian ballerina who becomes a spy and takes on a CIA agent. Directed by her Hunger Games cohort Francis Lawrence (no relation), it’s based on the novel by Jason Matthews.

Breaking her rule: Lawrence told 60 Minutes that she was breaking her rule of never doing nude scenes in her films. “If you don’t like boobs,” she quipped, “you should not go see Red Sparrow.”

Reaction to Weinstein: She also weighed in on scandal-ridden mogul Harvey Weinstein and his string of sexual assault and harassment charges. “When it came out and I heard about it, I wanted to kill him,” she said. “The way he destroyed so many women’s lives, I want to see him in jail.”

Tops at the box office

(in millions)

1. Black Panther, $111.6 ($403.6 total)

2. Game Night, $17 (new)

3. Peter Rabbit, $12.7 ($71.5)

4. Annihilation, $11 (new)

5. Fifty Shades Freed, $7 ($89.7)

SOURCE: boxofficemojo.com

New on Netflix

1. People You May Know

2. Jeepers Creepers 3

3. Winnie

4. Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish

5. Derren Brown: The Push

Trending

Black Panther soundtrack

While Black Panther was setting box office records, its soundtrack was also zooming to the top. Black Panther the Album: Music From and Inspired By sits atop the Billboard 200 chart. Its primary propellant is Kendrick Lamar, who helped coordinate the album and contributed several songs, including All the Stars (with SZA) and Big Shot (with Travis Scott). Other artists include The Weeknd, Khalid, James Blake and Zacari.

Hot ticket

Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

Where/When: Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park, 8 p.m. Friday

Tickets: $29.50-$57.50. www.ticketmaster.com