'Black Panther' Surpasses $1.1 Billion At The Worldwide Box Office

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The global success of "Black Panther" has challenged the myth that films with predominantly black casts don't sell ― and it helps unravel "unwritten Hollywood rules", Jeff Bock, a senior analyst at entertainment research firm Exhibitor Relations, told The New York Times. Overseas, the Marvel title now ranks above almost all recent comic-book movie adaptations. Yet, Black Panther's proved to be more than just a good movie.

With a whopping 97 percent critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, Black Panther is the highest-rated live-action superhero movie ever to release, which certainly helped boost its advanced ticket sales. We gave it a very positive review and I personally found it to be one of the most poignant and heartfelt Marvel Studio movies I've seen in a while. Well, Black Panther did that. And yet at present, one movie is being hailed as an example of black excellence, the other as black failure. From Hollywood's perspective, the more significant threat may be China's increasing confidence in its own domestic releases; they will need to develop even more movies that can compete with it. But I also found problems with Black Panther.

Fundamentally, however, I am ecstatic that we are finally seeing glimpses of the representation we deserve onscreen. The brilliance of black film in this present moment is indisputable.

This weekend was the first time films by black directors with mega budgets held the top 2 spots at the box office
'Black Panther' hits $1 billion mark in worldwide box office numbers

The platform initially noticed that searches for "Wakanda Park" in Wisconsin, USA, had increased by a massive 50 percent in the last two months.

Forbes reports that Marvel's Black Panther has surpassed $1.1 billion at the global box office.

"A Wrinkle In Time" opens this weekend in second place with $33.3 million. I worry that despite her credentials - having directed the brilliant movie Selma, TV series Queen Sugar and powerful documentary 13th - this might put a dent in her armour. He noted that Disney has traditionally opened a family film in early March to take advantage of the family demographic, as it did a year ago with "Beauty and the Beast" and in 2016 with "Zootopia". Feige told Entertainment Weekly that there was "nothing specific to reveal" about the next movie but added that "we absolutely will do that".

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