Black Panther Becomes Highest-Grossing Solo Superhero Movie of All-Time

For fans of the Latest Marvel superhero movie Black Panther, this will surely excite you. Black Panther has become the Highest-Grossing Solo Superhero Movie of All-Time.

The Ryan Coogler film, starring Chadwick Boseman as the title character, has become the fifth highest-grossing film of all-time in the US, and the 12th highest-grossing film of all-time globally. For Disney, it’s the third largest release worldwide in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Black Panther added an estimated $16.65 million in the US this past weekend, taking its domestic total to $630 million after six weeks, surpassing the total of the previous record holder, The Avengers ($623.3 million). Internationally, Marvel’s latest picked up another $12.9 million, pushing its international total to $606.4 million. Put together, Black Panther has grossed $1.237 billion worldwide, beating the previous best set by Iron Man 3 ($1.214 billion).

It’s been a fantastic performance for Black Panther since its mid-February release, beating expectations over and over. Having crossed Iron Man 3 in worldwide gross, it’s now Marvel’s third most successful film across the globe, next to The Avengers ($1.518 billion), and Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405 billion). Disney-Marvel couldn’t have hoped for anything on this scale, and this could boost their marketing for the upcoming, Avengers: Infinity War

In comparison to other movies on the all-time grossing list, Black Panther’s success has been tilted towards US audiences (51 percent), which makes sense since the film rests heavily on African-American culture. The Avengers made 41 percent of its total in the US, and 33.7 percent for Iron Man 3, which confirms that superhero ventures are more global plays. Of the top 50 worldwide, only three movies have earned more domestically than internationally: Black Panther, Rogue One (50.4 percent), and The Dark Knight (53.2 percent).

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