Black Panther has passed Jurassic World as the fourth highest grossing domestic box office film of all time, according to Deadline.
Black Panther took in another $1.58 million on Monday to place its domestic box office total at $652.5m, just north of Jurassic World's $652.3m domestic total. The film is now the highest grossing superhero movie of all time in the United States, and the highest grossing solo superhero film worldwide.
Black Panther also surpassed Frozen's global box office total, earning a global take so far of $1,276.5 billion and placing it among the ten highest ranking films of all time, globally.
All time box office totals do not adjust for inflation. Adjusted for inflation, according to boxofficemojo, Black Panther just passed Shrek 2 for 35th on the all-time domestic list and is still looking up at (#31) The Dark Knight ($683.6m in 2008 adjusted for inflation) and (#29) Marvel's The Avengers ($705.8m in 2012 adjusted for inflation).