Just hours after the hotly anticipated premiere of "Black Panther," Vanity Fair reported that critics were unified in praise for what's being called Marvel's "first black superhero film." According to Forbes, producers spent $200 million to make the movie and another $150 million to publicize it. Their gamble paid off. "Black Panther" lived up to the hype and then some by grossing $400 million domestically in the first 10 days ― the second-fastest behind only "Jurassic World." By the end of February, "Black Panther" had blown past $700 million worldwide to become history's highest-grossing film with a black cast.
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