'Black Panther' Passes 'Titanic' To Become 3rd On All-Time Box Office List

'Black Panther' Passes 'Titanic' To Become 3rd On All-Time Box Office List

'Black Panther' Passes 'Titanic' To Become 3rd On All-Time Box Office List

The latest broken record: Black Panther has passed the once-unsinkable Titanic. Adjusted for inflation, Titanic's $1.2 billion domestic total is the fifth highest in history; Black Panther is No. 34.

Black Panther has been capturing box office records left and right, but it has just hit its biggest one yet.

Black Panther has surpassed James Cameron's 1997 Titanic to become the third highest grossing movie ever in the United States.

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Leading the way on the exclusive list are Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936.7 million) and Avatar ($760.5 million).

The unstoppable powerhouse that is Marvel's Black Panther has officially become the third-biggest movie in U.S. box office history, sailing right past the previously unsinkable Titanic.

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So while Disney investors and Bob Eiger are usually the only ones cheering on movie's box office performances, at least this time around fans of comic book movies can point to some social progress as the numbers climb.

Black Panther has already entered the top ten globally, now ranked at number 10 with $1.29 billion in total worldwide earnings.

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