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#BlackPanther may break Titanic’s 21-Year-Old Box Office Record ??



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The critically acclaimed movie Black Panther continues to break records and reach milestones even after crossing the $1.1 Billion Worldwide Box Office mark, and is showing no signs of slowing down.

From its release in February, the superhero movie ripped through the box office bringing in hundreds of millions and even earning Oscar buzz.

PopSugar reports that as of Thursday, the movie had pulled in a grand total of $654.2 million at the domestic box office, which officially put it ahead of the $652.3 million Jurassic World earned in 2015 and made it the number four highest-earning movie ever in the US. However, it’s not stopping there. With the speedy way things are moving, Black Panther could surpass 1997’s Titanic this weekend to become the newest film in the number three spot, and it only needs a little over $5 million to get there.

It is already one of the biggest-grossing movies ever in raw grosses and has been outshining box office records previously held by fans favourites including The Dark Knight and Marvel’s The Avengers.


  1. Jinno frizzle

    April 7, 2018 at 9:50 am

    Bros you guys are super lying go check your facts well, its not half close to titanic, titanic is number 2 on the list of highest grossing movies. Black panther is number 11 how the magic wan happen?

    • Nnamdi Ejiofor

      April 7, 2018 at 10:14 pm

      There is a difference between domestic box office and international box office. The figure given is the amount it had made in the US and Canada alone and it puts it at no 4 for now in the domestic box office. Titanic is no 3 behind Star Wars and Avatar. BP can overtake Titanic. The report you are giving is for the international box office and BP is now no 10.

    • Seb

      April 8, 2018 at 2:08 am

      Dude read and understand the article well before commenting.

  2. Michael Abayomi

    April 8, 2018 at 8:04 am

    Emmm. The title of the post is misleading. Titanic’s record has been broken twice now; first by 2009’s Avatar, and most recently by 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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