'Black Panther' Becomes Top Grossing Superhero Film Of All Time

'Black Panther' Becomes Top Grossing Superhero Film Of All Time

'Black Panther' Becomes Top Grossing Superhero Film Of All Time

Unfortunately, "Black Panther" may not hold the domestic record as Marvel's highest-grossing film for long because Marvel's highly anticipated crossover "Avengers: Infinity Wars" comes out April 27. Since then, T'Challa and crew have broken down a slew of other barriers including Fandango's presale ticket record.

The latest milestone for Black Panther (NYSE:DIS): becoming North America's top-grossing superhero film of all time. As of Saturday, March 24, the hit had surpassed reigning box-office blaster, The Avengers, which grossed $623.4 million in 2012.

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Disney/Marvel's continuing marvel, Black Panther, has become the 14th film to cross $1.2B worldwide. The film also became one of seven films ever to earn more than $600 million domestically.

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But the movie is still far from beating the box office collection of movies like Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation ($135 million), The Jungle Book ($150 million) and Captain America: Civil War ($180.7 million). It is expected to at least take the No. 3 spot on the all-time domestic charts, passing "Jurassic World" with $652 million and "Titanic" with $659 million (unadjusted for inflation).

For the last five weeks Black Panther has propelled at the box office.

The success of Black Panther continues on after this weekend the Marvel blockbuster burst ahead of the pack to become the top-grossing superhero movie in the United States.

According to studio estimates Sunday, "Black Panther" slid to second place with $16.7 million in its sixth week.

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