'Black Panther' Sinks 'Titanic' At The Box Office

Black Panther sails ahead of Titanic, becomes third-highest grossing film in US

Look! 'Black Panther' Passes Titanic At The Domestic Box Office

Black Panther is just behind the Avatar and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film, one of Marvel Studios' biggest money-spinners, will arrive on digital platforms in the USA on May 8, and then on Blu-ray over there about a week later on May 15th - that's just three months after its theatrical bow.

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Despite losing the mantle of box office king recently, Black Panther is now also the third highest grossing movie of all time at the North American box office with $665 million, beating out James Cameron's Titanic ($659 million). This has made the movie the fastest rising successes Hollywood box office has ever produced. Titanic has held the 3rd spot on the highest grossing films list for over 20 years after peaking at number 1 on the list at one point. T'Challa is certainly king of the MCU, as Black Panther now holds the highest-grossing solo superhero film of all time, and is the third-highest-grossing film of the MCU, after Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. There's a chance even more Box Office records will be broken.

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The near silent horror film starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt nabbed the second biggest opening of the year and almost tripled its budget of $17 million. The film has drawn rave reviews, with a 97 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating. It's earned $96.5 million in two weeks.

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Meanwhile, A Quiet Place, starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt debuted in North American theaters over the 3-day weekend, taking in an estimated $50 million, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said on Sunday, April 8.

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