Black Panther is still pulling in numbers as strong as vibranium at the box office with another record-breaking weekend.
The Marvel standalone has officially crossed $400 million domestically and $700 million worldwide.
Box Office Mojo reports:
With an estimated $108 million, Black Panther delivered the second largest second weekend of all-time, improving on Jurassic World’s $106.5 million second weekend back in June 2015. Black Panther’s domestic gross now stands at $400 million, which places it alongside Jurassic World as the second fastest film to top $400 million domestically. However, given the way Black Panther has been outperforming estimates since release, don’t be surprised to see these domestic numbers climb once actuals come in on Monday afternoon.
So far, Black Panther is already the fifth highest grossing title domestically in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will shortly pass both Captain America: Civil War ($408m) and Iron Man 3 ($409m). The film is also now one of the top 30 domestic releases of all-time after just ten days of release.
Black Panther also continues to surge internationally where it has now brought in $304 million thanks to an estimated $83.8 million this weekend from 55 markets, pushing the film’s worldwide total over $700 million, placing tenth within the MCU. The weekend’s new releases included Russia ($2.6m), where the film only opened in IMAX and Deluxe theaters so far and will go wide tomorrow, and Vietnam ($2.5m). The UK remains the film’s top overseas market, bringing in an estimated $41.2 million so far. Black Panther has yet to open in Japan where it will debut next weekend, followed by a March 9 opening in China.