Number Ones: Black Films That Debuted at the Top of the Box Office

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The Karate Kid (2010)

Jaden Smith's movie debut got off to an auspicious start with this remake of the 1984 classic. It not only opened at No. 1, it was the most successful film in the Karate Kid franchise. Could this kick off a No. 1 streak for Jaden that would rival his dad's?


(Photo: Courtesy Columbia Pictures)

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