Black Panther continues to break pre-sale ticket records on Fandango.
The Hollywood Reporter reveals the MCU film is quickly becoming the fastest pre-selling first-quarter movie ever on Fandango. It’s outpacing previous record holders Beauty and the Beast and the first The Hunger Games movie.
We previously heard that Black Panther was both Fandango and Alamo Drafthouse’s fastest pre-selling superhero movie, outpacing 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It’s also now also now the top pre-selling MCU film in the first 24 hours of advance ticket sales.
Black Panther opens in theaters on February 16 and it’s currently on track to gross over $100 million in its opening weekend. For now, Deadpool holds the record for the biggest February opening ($132.4 million), while Beauty and the Beast holds the March record with a $174.8 million opening gross.
IGN recently reviewed Black Panther, which we think “delivers the goods as an adventure film, a political statement, and a cultural celebration.” Be sure to check out the film’s stunning IMAX poster, which offers a more artistic view of the movie’s main characters