After Marvel's Black Panther opened to record-shattering numbers last weekend, the flick now sits atop Rotten Tomatoes' list of the top 100 movies ever. Since the rankings come from a mix of positive reviews and the number of them, several recent movies are up there with Black Panther near the top.
Disney-Marvel's Black Panther is re-writing the record books, topping Star Wars: The Last Jedi for the second-highest four-day domestic opening of all time, with $242 million at 4,020 North American locations. Of course, there are spoilers ahead, so you've been warned.
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The movie now enjoys the distinction as the biggest opening weekend at the box-office for a feature launched in February. Justice League took 91 days to get to its total; Black Panther has managed it only four.
Early industry estimates (via Deadline) from the film's four-day opening over the President's Day holiday weekend in the U.S. peg Black Panther as having raked in a whopping $US242 million ($307 million) - practically double what was expected of the movie in early tracking released just last month.
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Since then, Black Panther has become a must-see event as it's veered into record-setting territory and has continued to shatter all projections since then.
Unfortunately for the duo, the movie theater manager didn't fall for it.
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