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Black Panther Weekend Box Office Collection: is breaking Myth and Creating records With $218M Debut

Black Panther prances to first position on the Box Office, The Predominantly Black film breaks a lot of Myth in doing so.

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Black Panther Weekend Box Office Collection: is breaking Myth and Creating records With $218M Debut
Black Panther Weekend Box Office Collection: is breaking Myth and Creating records With $218M Debut

Black Panther Weekend Box Office Collection: The Walt Disney and Marvel’s Black Panther charged a $218 debut on its first weekend.

Chadwick Boseman portrays the titular role and the King of Wakanda T’Challa. Wakanda, a technologically advanced society is threatened by Eric Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). The Women power of Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira helps the King to save Wakanda and the world.

Directed by Ryan Coogler, the film; received rave reviews from it’s peers and took the audiences for a Joyful Wakanda Ride.

Weekend Box Office Collection of Black Panther

Black Panther is proving to be not just a Mov-ie but a Mov-ment in itself. The effect of reviews from it’s Thursday previews has placed the film, on the Moviegoers must see list.

The Thursday Previews alone brought in a estimated $25.2 Million. Fetching the largest Thursday night preview gross for a February opener. Along with the Second highest  preview gross for a Marvel film.

Black Panther makes the highest debut ever for a February film with smashing $192 million for Fri-Sun and estimated $218 million for Fri-Mon.

Combining $169 million International Debut the film makes global debut of $361 million as per sources.

Day Wise Box office Collection

Thursday(Paid Previews) –  $25.2m

Friday – $75.8 (eighth-biggest single day and eighth-biggest Friday)

Saturday – $65.8m (fourth-biggest Saturday ever)

Sunday –  $50.3m estimate (fifth-biggest Sunday)

The successors

Sony’s Peter Rabbit, takes the second place with an estimated $22 million. Making an estimated total of $53 million Domestic after it’s 11th day. Following closely is Universal’s Fifty Shades Freed raking $18 million in it’s second week. The last instalment of the fifty shades trilogy earned $161 million worldwide in its first eight days.

Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle, finished fourth this weekend with  $10 million. Taking its 62-day domestic total to  $380 million. With $9.1 million The 15:17 to Paris, boasts the fifth position.

The Greatest Showman, continues its showmanship at number sixth with an estimated $ 6.3 Million. 

Read More:Black Panther Movie Review, Rating, Story and Cast: a Groundbreaking addition to the Marvel Universe.

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