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It's just a matter of time before Black Panther hits the $1 billion mark.

Unsurprisingly, those second-weekend numbers come with their own set of records.

One of the most talked about Hollywood ventures Black Panther has proved to be a money spinner at the India box office.

In that particular race - the film industry's equivalent of the Olympic 100 metre track - Black Panther clocked it in 10 days, while Star Wars: The Force Awakens did it in eight.

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Opening weekend sales were estimated around $200 million for the US opening weekend.

Already, Black Panther has outperformed the lifetime totals of the three films released by the Marvel Cinematic Universe a year ago: Guardians of The Galaxy Vol.2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Thor: Ragnarok with theaters reporting a greater amount of repeat viewings than usual.

In addition to having the biggest Monday take ever, "Black Panther" made $108 million during its second weekend, placing it just behind the 2015 "Star Wars" installment as having the best sophomore weekend ever.

Only The Force Awakens has reached that milestone faster. And it will soon growl past Avengers: Age of Ultron ($459 million) on its way to potentially eclipsing The Avengers ($623.4 million) to become the No. 1 superhero title of all time, unadjusted for inflation.

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According to tracking service PostTrak, the audience make-up this weekend was 37 percent white, 33 percent black, 18 percent Hispanic, and 7 percent Asian.

The comedy Game Night finished in a distant second place behind Black Panther, with $16.6 million. Among newcomers this weekend were New Line's R-rated comedy "Game Night" and Alex Garland's sci-fi thriller "Annihilation". The consensus reads, " Black Panther elevates superhero cinema to thrilling new heights while telling one of the MCU's most absorbing stories - and introducing some of its most fully realized characters".

"Peter Rabbit" lands in third place with $12.5 million. In Ryan Coogler's box-office smash, T'Chaka (who died in Captain America: Civil War) was seen in flashbacks wearing a more streamlined version of the suit similar to Chadwick Boseman's, but as per Park's images on Twitter, initially he proposed an option that was more decorative and comics-faithful. Universal's erotic romantic film "Fifty Shades Freed" landed fifth with an estimated 6.91 million dollars in its third weekend.

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