'Black Panther' Leaps Across $1 Billion At The Worldwide Box Office

'Black Panther' Leaps Across $1 Billion At The Worldwide Box Office

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It's been less than a month since Marvel's "Black Panther" hit theaters and the blockbuster film has already grossed $909 million at the global box office, showing no signs of slowing down.

In the film's first three days of release it grossed $202 million in the United States, the fifth highest of all time and the largest debut by a black American director (Ryan Coogler), according to boxofficemojo.com.

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People may disagree with this by saying, "it's just a superhero movie, it's not that deep". His desire to take over the world, while a crude approach as expected from a supervillain, was more in the lines of balancing world peace than just senseless aggression.

"Nothing specific to reveal, other than to say we absolutely will do that", Feige said when asked whether a sequel was in the works. Audiences also loved the film, giving it the second ever A+ CinemaScore for a Marvel film after The Avengers. Erik is a product of hate and frustration and centuries' worth of political and social mistreatment of people of color in the world.

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Wonky numbers talk aside, few could have predicted the film would have such a broad appeal given its very focused narrative about a king of a fictional African nation, a largely Black cast, and villian that has garnered sympathy among many viewers.

"The main character was so good looking!" one woman exclaimed. Apparently, it has also been inspiring people to adopt black cats, and gift them with names like Shuri, T'challa and Killmonger - which, yes, are characters in the movie.

Over the film's opening weekend, 37 percent of the US audience was black, according to fortune.com. All in all, Black Panther was a fantastic movie for more reasons than one.

In the first novel commissioned by Marvel about the Wakandan superhero, award-winning journalist and author Jesse Holland takes a deep dive into the mythology of the Black Panther and the lives of the characters depicted in the groundbreaking feature film.

The visual effects used to demonstrate the powers of Wakanda was done remarkably, as it immensely enhances the story and the relevance of the technology used.

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