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24 February 2018, 06:44 | Ivan Casey
'Black Panther': Choose Your Weapons
"Black Panther" made an astounding $242 million domestically over the Presidents Day weekend.
Presumably, Black Panther will find itself around the $700 million mark when the dust settles on this coming weekend, and with little in the way of competition over the next couple of weeks, it seems a certainty that the film will have little problem cracking $1 billion globally.
Previously, Deadpool was the record holder for best February opening weekend for any film, MCU or otherwise, making $132,434,639.
The outlet is now anticipating that Black Panther will drop 41% for the three-day and earn approximately $120 million.
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UPDATE: According to Deadline, industry estimates now have Black Panther dropping 54% for a gross of $92 million this weekend.
"Black Panther" is debuting in the key Russian market this weekend and will premiere next week in Japan, another critical location.
Monday's haul pushed "Black Panther's" four-day holiday total to a staggering $241.9 million in North America. Share your thoughts below!
The King of Wakanda is still conquering the box office.
Directed by Ryan Coogler, Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Florence Kasumba, Sterling K. Brown, Andy Serkis and John Kan. From Get Out to Black Panther, hopefully the success of these films debunks any myths that Black films can not be successful across the globe. Captain America's shield is made from an alloy of vibranium and adamantium. After all, it's being released way out of summer blockbuster season, it stars a relatively obscure C-list superhero and goes against the received wisdom that white audiences just won't turn up to see a film starring a predominantly black cast.
Though Black Panther is, for the most part, a standalone film, it's still part of a larger cinematic universe.
"But then the real moment hit - it was when that trailer came out".
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