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BLACK PANTHER SOARS!

BLACK PANTHER unstoppable! Disney and Marvel Studios' Black Panther continues to set records at the U.S. box office where it is headed for $100 million-plus during its second week; one of the top second-weekend grosses in history! 



MORE: That's after scoring the best first week for any title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with $292 million through Thursday, besting The Avengers (2012) in its first week..


Black Panther earned $28.9 million on Friday from 4,020 theaters to jump the $300 million mark domestically. Estimates for this weekend range from $100 million-$105 million. If it comes in on the high end, it will score the third-best weekend of all time behind champ Star Wars: Force Awakens ($149.2 million) and Jurassic World ($106.6 million). The Avengers earned $103.1 million in its second outing.

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