Disney's surprise megahit "Black Panther" continued to climb to new heights this week, earning a place in the top 10 movies of all time.
The box-office haul for the superhero flick rose to $1.28 billion worldwide through Monday. That was enough to knock Disney's animated musical "Frozen" — itself a cultural phenomenon — out of the top 10.
"Black Panther" also surpassed Universal's "Jurassic World" to become the fourth highest-earning movie ever at U.S. theaters. Its domestic sales now stand at $652.5 million, just barely edging out the earnings for the "Jurassic Park" sequel.