"Black Panther" Surpasses "Titanic" As Third-Highest-Grossing Movie

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And who knows if anything will overtake the top spot which belongs to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", which grossed $936 million in 2015.

The Marvel superhero movie has now made $665.3 million in the USA, surpassing Titanic ($659.3 million) to become the third biggest box office success in United States history. That movie, also by Cameron, grossed $760 million.

In accordance with The Hollywood Reporter, Coolger's picture - that stars Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong'Conclusion, Michael B. Jordan, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett and Forest Whitaker - is now currently No. 10 of all Moment; Point.

We'll see if "Black Panther" can remain at the top of MoviePass' list, though.

Director Ryan Coogler's blockbuster film brought in an estimated $2.3 million at the domestic box office on Friday, and that is just what was needed.

"Black Panther" would have to disappear from theaters to not overtake it Saturday.

Adjusted for inflation, Titanic's $1.2 billion domestic total is the fifth highest in history; Black Panther is No. 34.

Last month, the film, set in the land of Wakanda, edged out The Avengers ($624 million) in establishing itself as highest-grossing superhero film ever.

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However, "Black Panther" current successful run could be in jeopardy when T'Challa and his crew return in "Avengers: Infinity War" out later this month.