'Black Panther' Sinks 'Titanic' To Become Third-Biggest Domestic Movie In History

'Black Panther' Sinks 'Titanic' To Become Third-Biggest Domestic Movie In History

'Black Panther' Sinks 'Titanic' To Become Third-Biggest Domestic Movie In History

The Disney-Marvel motion picture film was poised to entered the top-three of all-time grossing movies at the box office on Saturday.

In by MoviePass (and its majority owner Helios and Matheson Analytics), "Black Panther" was listed as the service's highest-selling movie with over 1 million tickets sold (in the period since August, when MoviePass drastically lowered its price).

Originally released in 1997, Titanic bagged $600.8 million throughout its debut stretch, adding $57.9 million for its 3D re-release in 2012 and a further $691,642 previous year for its 20th-anniversary edition.

The black panther movie, premiered in January 2018, talks about what it means to be black person in both America and Africa and also focus on issues affecting modern-day black life.

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

Its follow-up and the biggest Marvel film to date, Avengers: Infinity War will release this month on 27th, and it, too, is expected to shatter multiple box office records. The film has sailed past Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet starrer "Titanic".

Ryan Coogler's much beloved superhero movie is now sitting on the bronze medal podium behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936.7 million) and Avatar ($760.5 million).

The "Black Panther" gala will mark the first public screening in the kindgom after movie theaters where banned in the early 1980's, after Saudi Arabia adopted ultraconservative religious standards in 1979.

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