20 March, 2018
Bringing in $27 million (£19.2 million) over the weekend (March 16-18), Black Panther's United States box office takings now stand at $605.4 million (£431 million).
In addition, "Black Panther" also holds the distinction of being the first movie since 2009's "Avatar" to hold onto the #1 spot for five consecutive weeks.
The movie is now the seventh movie at the domestic box office to top $600 million. "Black Panther" is also less than $18 million shy of passing "The Avengers" as the highest-grossing superhero movie of all time.
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Black Panther will also be passing Iron Man 3 at the worldwide box office ($1,214.8 billion).
It also earned 30 million dollars internationally this weekend, pushing its worldwide cume to 577.1 million dollars and global cume to 1,182.5 million dollars to date, according to studio figures collected by comScore. Black Panther has now raked in $605.4M domestically and an impressive $1.182 billion globally. One of the favorite pastimes at Marvel Studios is sitting around on a Part One and talking and dreaming about what we would do in a Part Two. The $90 million film opened with $23.5 million, largely failing to stir much excitement among moviegoers. Tomb Raider was based off the successful 2013 video game, a reboot of its own that looked to alter the titular character's origin.
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"As "Black Panther" continues to knock off all other blockbusters, its next true weekend challengers include "Pacific Rim 2" (opening Friday) and" Ready Player One"(March 29).