Black Panther Passes Jurassic World at Domestic Box Office

  • Black Panther Passes Jurassic World at Domestic Box Office

Black Panther Passes Jurassic World at Domestic Box Office

Since its release back in February, Black Panther has had an incredible run at the box office, breaking records that haven't been broken since Avatar in 2009.

It is the critically acclaimed latest film in the Marvel cinematic universe which became the highest grossing film ever in North America last month. Jurassic World previously held that spot, with a domestic total of $652.3 million. It should only take a couple more day to pass $659.4 million, the domestic total for James Cameron's Titanic, now #3 on the all-time USA chart. Black Panther passed Frozen by earning $1.276 billion at the box office, and it still doesn't look like those numbers are ready to stop going up. Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Avatar hold a commanding, effectively unbeatable lead of $936.7 million and $760.5 million in the #1 and #2 spots, respectively.

Concise News learnt that China has been the major market for the African fiction starred by Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther.

Black Panther has reached another milestone over the course of its weeks-long run in theaters. And with $626.7M under its belt internationally, it is also the highest grossing superhero film that features a solo superhero.

Upon the death of his father, T'Chaka, also known as the Black Panther, returns home to Wakanda to take the throne.

T'Challa's conflict with Michael B. Jordan's character Erik Killmonger is highlighted throughout the film, with incredible roles by Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong'o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira and Daniel Kaluuya, to name very few of the star-studded cast.

Black Panther will premiere in Saudi Arabia on April 18, and will play for five days before being replaced by Avengers: Infinity War on April 27.