'Black Panther' Hits $700 Million At Worldwide Box Office

Saul Franklin
March 1, 2018

Well, despite the new release of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Black Panther has been affected but still shown an upward graph at the box office.

In two weeks of release, "Black Panther" has grossed $400 million domestically and $704 million worldwide.

Unsurprisingly, those second-weekend numbers come with their own set of records.

Globally, Black Panther is already the No. 10 highest grossing title ever for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, passing the all-time sales of both Doctor Strange and Ant-Man.

What's more, only "The Force Awakens" has enjoyed a better second weekend than "Black Panther". Early word was that Captain Marvel would be the anchor, but given Black Panther's success should Marvel make him the new Captain America? It seems to be just a matter of time before the film surpasses the $1 billion mark. And visually, it appears that the director had a chance to give Black Panther his classic cape at some point - but at some point decided against it.

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According to tracking service PostTrak, the audience make-up this weekend was 37 percent white, 33 percent black, 18 percent Hispanic, and 7 percent Asian. This Ryan Coogler directorial, that stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o and Andy Serkis, has crossed 700 million dollars at the worldwide box office.

In its second week, the must-see movie easily banked around $108 million at the box office. Kyle Chandler, Billy Magnussen, Sharon Horgan, Lamorne Morris, Kylie Bunbury, and Jesse Plemons also star in the movie, which was directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein based on a script from Mark Perez.

Paramount's brainy sci-fi drama Annihilation opened in fourth place with an estimated $11 million from 2,012 theaters.

Of course, this is just the latest stunningly detailed concept art from Park, one of the best and most reliable concept artists in the industry. Sony's family-friendly offering brought in US$12.5 million in its third week in theatres.

Fifty Shades Freed round out the top five with $6.9 million.

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