'Black Panther' Sinks 'Titanic' To Become Third-Biggest Domestic Movie In History

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It's yet another honor for "Black Panther", which has already broken several box-office records and reached $1 billion globally since coming to theaters last month.

Black Panther is set to play for five days in Riyadh and will be swiftly followed by Avengers: Infinity War, which is being given a day-and-date release on April 26.

Posting an estimated $665.4 million in North America across its eight-weekend theatrical run, Marvel's superhero blockbuster Black Panther bounded past James Cameron's historical drama this weekend to claim the No. 3 spot on the all-time domestic box office chart, not adjusting for inflation.

On the whole, it's a good and hopeful sign for cinema lovers living in Saudi Arabia and according to fresh reports, it has also been announced that there will be more than 350 movie theaters across Saudi Arabia till 2030.

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Nearly two months after debuting in theatres, "Black Panther" has officially sunk the 695 million boxoffice record set by "Titanic", accordingto Friday's boxoffice figures.

He said the Black Panther movie was personified in the villain of Kill-monger, which stayed true to its comic book character who was a King of a highly advanced technological African country with superpowers that the world knew nothing of.

The Marvel flick directed by Ryan Coogler will be the first film shown in Saudi Arabia in over 35 years.

The Black Panther movie is an American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

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