We can see more emphasis on the intricate designs Park embedded into the suit, a collar that flows into the cape, as well as more gold in the necklace and torso region, so as to indicate the regal nature of Black Panther.
Unsurprisingly, those second-weekend numbers come with their own set of records.
Last weekend, the film, which is Marvel's first to be directed by an African-American director, opened to $201.8 million in North America, breaking multiple records. Other films high up on the list include Jurassic World ($106.6 million) and fellow MCU title The Avengers ($103.1 million). Even more impressive is the fact that its second weekend haul is now the second highest second weekend for a film, only trailing behind only "Force Awakens".
"Black Panther" continued its box office domination in North America this weekend.
"Black Panther's worldwide debut (of $184.6 million) forever slams the door on the myth that predominately black films can't make money overseas", said Jeff Bock, a senior box office analyst at Exhibitor Relations.
In addition to having the biggest Monday take ever, "Black Panther" made $108 million during its second weekend, placing it just behind the 2015 "Star Wars" installment as having the best sophomore weekend ever.
The film stars Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams as a couple who sees their weekly game night taken over by a murder mystery that might be more fact than it is playful fiction. ("The Avengers" occupies the top spot, with $623 million). Before "Black Panther" leaves theaters, it could very well hit $1 billion worldwide.
The critically acclaimed sci-fi feature from Alex Garland ("Ex Machina") "Annihilation" opened to $11 million. Ryan also happens to be the director of the American superhero venture. Rounding out the top five was Universal's "Fifty Shades Freed", the third and final installment of the trilogy based on E.L. James' books and starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, which bagged an estimated $6.9 million.