‘Black Panther’ Hits $1 Billion Mark In Worldwide Box Office Numbers The superhero film challenges the Hollywood myth that movies with predominantly black casts “don’t travel.” By Doha Madani

Black Panther Grossed Over $1.0 Billion Worldwide
“Black Panther” has surpassed $1 billion at the worldwide box office, challenging industry norms about films with black casts. 
The Marvel blockbuster passed the major benchmark on Friday, Forbes reports.
The film is now the United States’ ninth domestically highest-grossing film of all time, and had the second-largest four-day domestic opening weekend. “Black Panther” brought in $242 million in the U.S. over Presidents Day weekend, behind the $288 million “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” made when it opened in 2015. 
The international success of “Black Panther” has challenged the myth that films with predominantly black casts don’t sell ― and it helps unravel “unwritten Hollywood rules,” Jeff Bock, a senior analyst at entertainment research firm Exhibitor Relations, told The New York Times. more

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