Los Angeles (AFP) - "Furious 7" showed no sign of running out of gas, notching a fourth straight week at the top of the US box office with $18.3 million in tickets sold, movie industry estimates showed on Sunday. The movie, which last week surged past the $1 billion mark in global sales, is the first since "The Hunger Games" in March 2012 to dominate the box office for four successive weeks, the Hollywood media reported. Third place went to fantasy drama "The Age of Adaline" starring Blake Lively, about a woman in the 1920s who mysteriously stops aging after being involved in a car accident.
Chelsea will have to keep the champagne on ice for at least a week after their seemingly inevitable progress towards the Premier League title was checked by a goalless draw away to Arsenal on Sunday. Had they beaten their London rivals at the Emirates Stadium, Jose Mourinho's men would have travelled to Leicester on Wednesday knowing that victory over the resurgent Foxes would have been enough to secure Chelsea's first English title since 2010. Sunday's fiery clash ended with Arsenal going level on points with second-placed Manchester City, with both clubs 10 points adrift of Chelsea, who like the Gunners have five league matches left to play this season.