Marvel's Black Panther to end cinema ban in Saudi Arabia

Marvel's Black Panther to end cinema ban in Saudi Arabia

Marvel's Black Panther to end cinema ban in Saudi Arabia

Box office estimates note the MCU film has passed 2015's Jurassic World ($652.3 million) at the domestic box office. In fact, there's a big possibility that Black Panther will soon topple James Cameron's epic, Titanic, to move to the #3 spot on the all-time US chart.

The enormous success of Marvel's Black Panther has pushed it to become a literal global phenomenon, and the film is also shattering a longstanding ban in the country of Saudi Arabia.

Once the superhero flick surpasses the 11-time Oscar-winning James Cameron classic, it will need another $100 million to meet the next movie in line, Avatar, which earned a whopping $760.6 million domestically.

Black Panther is also on the brink of setting a further jaw-dropping record as it edges closer to James Cameron's 1997 epic, Titanic, which is now number three on the all-time U.S chart with $659.4, (£468.4m).

According to the News Agency of Nigria, the blockbuster will soon top "Titanic" for the third spot on the domestic chart at $659.4 million.

Black Panther continues to roar in theaters worldwide, extending an impressive streak to achieve yet another major milestone in the box office.

Black Panther crossed yet another box office record threshold this week, and it's now days away from reaching another.

This week, Black Panther made the leap that very few saw coming, when the superhero film managed to break into the top 10 most successful movies of all time.

Black Panther was released on February 16 and is still running in theaters worldwide.

Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on April 27. The page flips again and a Black Panther page reads, "You're thrilled by the movies".

The film, which also stars Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Daniel Kaluuya, and Angela Bassett, has had a stellar run at the box office.

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