After major milestones including the film grossing more than $1 billion worldwide and being officially heralded as the most commercially successful superhero film ever in the United States, Marvel's Black Panther is set to dethrone a classic film in the U.S.'s highest-earning movies list.
The Ryan Coogler-directed film is on track to dethroning Titanic to become the number three highest-earning movie in the country.
With a mere $6.8 million, the highly celebrated film will officially knock the 1997 romance movie to the number four as early as Thursday.
Once the superhero flick surpasses the 11-time Oscar-winning James Cameron classic, it will need another $100 million to meet the next movie in line, Avatar, which earned a whopping $760.6 million domestically.
At the very top of the list is 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which outperformed all of American movie history with a staggering $936.6 million.