Box Office Week: Black Panther keeps its domination in the BO entering as 10th movie of all time

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"Black Panther" had its earnings only fall by 41% in its, quite frankly, astonishing third week at the box-office. It made $65.7 million, the third highest third weekend total ever. After only 17 since its release, “Black Panther” has grossed $501 million domestically. 
The film is now the 10th highest grossing movie of all time and is aiming to surpass “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” ($619M).
Despite grossing nearly $900 million globally, “Black Panther” seems to be a domestic hit more than worldwide: 55.8% Of its worldwide gross is coming from the United States. According to Rodrigo Perez over at The Playlist, "All Marvel films usually skew in and around, say, 63% international vs. 37% domestic. In fact, the last time a Marvel film’s worldwide total favored domestic percentages was “Iron Man 2” in 2010, and even then it was only a 51/49% split."
Despite my reservations about the film, I can't help but cheer"Black Panther.” The enormity of what this could mean for black cinema, African-American filmmakers, diversity, is almost unexplainable. Never have we witnessed such a story of success through African-American cinema at the Box-Office before.
1. BlackPanther—$65.7M ($501.1M)
2. Red Sparrow —$17M
3. Death Wish —$13M
4. Game Night —$10.7M/$33.5M
5. Peter Rabbit —$10M/$84M
6. Annihilation —$5.7M/$20.6M
7. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle —$4.5M/$393.2M
8. Fifty Shades Freed —$3.3M/$95.6M
9. The Greatest Showman —$2.7M/$164.6M
10. Every Day — $1.6M/$5.3M