Stars, educators push for kids to see 'Black Panther'

Stars, educators push for kids to see 'Black Panther'

Stars, educators push for kids to see 'Black Panther'

"Black Panther", a joint production from Disney and Marvel Entertainment, is now breaking box office records left and right.

That's a pretty remarkable feat in itself but when you also add into the mix that Black Panther's opening haul has also eclipsed the entire United States gross of Justice League, one can't fail to be impressed. Enkosi Kumkani! And congratulations on your @rollingstone cover. You brought the wealth of all your knowledge, wisdom and physicality to T'Challa.

On the same day that the actor's Rolling Stone cover debuted, Lupita re-created the stoic black-and-white image on her own, writing a comment for the ages.

The movie was already deemed a must-see even weeks ago during its January red carpet premiere, so it was a surprise to no one when "Black Panther" not only launched to a strong opening weekend but also to a box-office-breaking premiere. Showing venues have worked overtime to add last-minute showing schedules to take in all the crowds, with one of them, AMC Southlake 24 in Atlanta, actually managing to pull off 84 show runs on Friday, Feb. 16.

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She went on to tell Chadwick, "I admire your quiet, confident, regal nature". And I will never get enough of the way you say the word "because". "From someone who loves you", said the actress, who plays Boseman's on-screen love interest.

The film has earned the strongest ever February opening weekend in the United Kingdom and will see support from a varied range of licensees. The $24.8 million figure is also more than the recent Justice League superhero film earned in its entire run in United Kingdom cinemas.

It was also the second biggest opening for a superhero flick, coming in just behind 2012's "The Avengers". Her Instagram is full of fun press tour photos and behind-the-scenes selfies with Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Danai Gurira, Leticia Wright, director Ryan Coogler, and more. "In a sense, she's my right hand".

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