- Black Panther became the highest-grossing action-filled film in the US
- The Marvel-based movie starring Chadwick Boseman earned the 3rd spot in America with a total revenue of $665.6 M
- The film is on the 10th spot in the global box-office record in terms of sales
Action- Hero film Black Panther” defeated more box-office hit records this April in the North America cinemas. The film has even exceeded the hard-to-beat global sensation 1997 movie “Titanic” when it comes to revenues.
Although unexpected hits like the horror thriller “A Quiet Place”, starring actor-director John Krasinski and his real wife and leading lady in the film Emily Blunt, debuted with a flashing $50.2 million, as well as Universal’s “Blockers” also earning big time with $20.6 million, these failed to match with what the 2018 American superhero film based on Marvel comics has accomplished.
Still flourishing on its eighth week out, “Black Panther” kept on flourishing even on its eight week as it earned a net amount of $8.7 million.
The film that starred Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o is now the highest-grossing superhero film in Hollywood, with over $665.6 million cumulative total in the US and Canada.
It has also earned the third spot in the movie ticket sales of all time in America. It overtook the spot of Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet’s classic “Titanic” film which had collected $659 million in North America.
However, in Hollywood, “Avatar” (2009) and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015) are still undefeated with its $760 million and $936.7 million revenue in ticket sales respectively.
When it comes to these movies global standing, “Avatar” leads with $2.8 billion sales, followed by “Titanic” ($2.2 billion) profit, both directed by veteran director James Cameron.
Meanwhile, “Black Panther” is currently in the 10th spot worldwide, with more than $ 1 billion sales, according to CNN.