As of today, Aug. 5, 2018, the Black Panther from Marvel Studios has officially crossed the $700 million threshold at the U.S. box office.
Star Wars is the big winner, having amassed an astonishing $936.7 million during its theatrical run in domestic theaters.
The considerably older Avatar (it hit theaters in 2009) comes in as a distant #2, with $760.5 million earned domestically.
Black Panther now makes it three. Since hitting theaters on Feb. 16, it’s amassed just slightly more than $700 million.
It’s over that figure by such a small amount, in fact, that Mashable’s typical practice of rounding box office figures to the nearest hundred thousand dollars doesn’t work.
Black Panther‘s current domestic box office total, according to Disney, is $700,004,026. That extra $4,000 is enough to make history.
Avengers: Infinity War is also technically still in theaters — 205 of them, per Disney — but it’s likely too far below the $700 million threshold to ever reach it. Infinity War has so far earned $678.1 million at the U.S. box office, having added an estimated $240,000 this weekend.