'Black Panther' Passes 'Wonder Woman,' 'Toy Story 3' at U.S. Box Office
Disney-Marvel's “Black Panther” has remained red-hot at the North American box office, taking in $10.1 million at 4,020 locations on its 12th day of release to become the 20th-highest grosser of all time, with $421.8 million.
Tuesday's take pushed “Black Panther” past “Wonder Woman” (at $412.6 million) and “Toy Story 3” (at $415 million) on the domestic list.
Tuesday's international take was also $10.1 million, lifting the tentpole's overseas total to $326.3 million and the worldwide haul to $748.1 million.
“Black Panther” is already 86th on that list, having surpassed “Suicide Squad” ($746.8 million) and “X-Men: Days of Future Past” ($747.9 million).
The U.K. is the top foreign market with $43.1 million, followed by South Korea with $37.6 million.
“Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Ryan Coogler, has resonated with moviegoers in a way that few other titles have in Hollywood’s recent history。
“Black Panther” could become one of only 10 movies to cross the $500 million domestic mark by the end of the upcoming weekend.