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Black Panther surpasses Titanic, becomes third highest grossing film in USA history

Black Panther surpasses Titanic, becomes third highest grossing film in USA history

This will more than likely go into depth about the one of the more exciting aspects of the film, the all-female military regiment who serve as special forces for Wakanda known as the Dora Milaje. But when a powerful old enemy reappears, T'Challa's mettle as king-and Black Panther-is tested when he is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. The movie will be out for you to bring home as soon as next month.

Black Panther will be available on digital, Movies Anywhere, and 4K UHD on May 8th. The release comes right after Infinity War, too, so audiences may be riding a Marvel high and more willing to plunk down some money to own the groundbreaking film.

Black Panther dominated the box office when it debuted in February, and many fans have been clamoring to own a copy of the film to watch at home. The film outgrossed Marvel's The Avengers to become the highest grossing superhero movie of all time.

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The Chad Boseman movie now grosses over $1.3 billion worldwide, barely eight weeks after it was premiered. Now it garners the title of the top-grossing superhero film of all time after earning a total of $1.29 billion worldwide.

As of this point, extras are unknown, but there had better be a commentary by director Ryan Cooglar! Let us know in the comment section below! The religious-themed film I Can Only Imagine, meanwhile, continued its impressive run with another's $8 million, good enough to round out the top five and hit nearly $70 million.