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Black Panther crosses $1B worldwide and becomes an inspiration

Black Panther crosses $1B worldwide and becomes an inspiration

Marvel Comic’s first movie ever based on African tribes, Black Panther has been one of the great achievements of Marvel Studios. Black Panther is directed by Ryan Coogler and Chadwick Boseman starred as T’Challa or the Black Panther along with other co-actors. This movie has touched the greatest sky, as it has been considered as one of the best films of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Parts of the film have been shot in Busan, South Korea and it was premiered in Los Angeles on January 29, 2018. The film is one of the highest-grossing films of 2018 and the ninth-highest grossing film ever in the States. Within the four days of its screening, Black Panther has earned about $242.1 million.
 

According to new sources, Marvel has claimed that Black Panther has now earned over $1 billion at the worldwide box office, chances are that it may also exceed The Dark Knight. The movie-makers believe that Black Panther has earned so much, because of the film’s uniqueness and creativity. The film gives a very positive aspect African Tribes, and the world is now looking for more “black superheroes.” Boseman said in an interview, “I think there’s a thirst for these images, there’s a real thirst for black superheroes.”
It is a huge success for the Marvel Studios, as Black Panther has now joined The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man3, and Captain America: Civil War $1B club. The urge of seeing more black superheroes has led to its huge success. Marvel Studios have already confirmed a sequel to the movie. Black Panther has inspired more than just African Americans. People are hoping that someday there will be an Arab American or a Muslim American superhero. Many who saw the movie have the perception that Black Panther is more than just a movie, it is a movement. One of the viewers took to Twitter to express what Black Panther meant to him, “The Black people, as dark as me, on the screen that I’ve ever seen that wasn’t a comedy or period piece about slavery.The powerful use of modern and classic hip-hop perfectly blended with Afro jazz and funk to score this movie dope.I’m overwhelmed w/ pride.”