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As Black Panther continues to break box office records, the Apollo Theater in collaboration with The Atlantic is presenting a discussion about the film with its stars Chadwick Boseman and Luptia Nyong'o in conversation with The Atlantic’s national correspondent and author Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Wakanda, a fictional self-sustaining African nation that has been untouched by colonial influence, is the setting for most of the movie.
The fashion kids, fashion editors and fashion #trendsetters flocked to the special invitation-only event held at New York City’s Industria. The occasion was simple.
Days after the premiere of "Black Panther," lines are still out the door at theaters across the city.
A wave of feverish anticipation, fawning critical acclaim and groundbreaking cultural meaning pushed “Black Panther” to a record-setting $192 million debut in U.S. and Canada theaters, firmly establishing the superhero sensation as a box-office landmark.
“Black Panther” costume designer Ruth E. Carter found Douriean. As the costume designer on the groundbreaking “Black Panther” movie, directed by Ryan Coogler, Carter’s already legendary status might reach another level altogether.
“Got my Black Panther tickets! Can’t wait! Loved the trailer. So, you know comics. What’s it actually about?”
Fans, who bought a record-setting number of advance tickets, weren’t the only ones anticipating the Feb. 16 opening of “Black Panther,” Marvel’s historic first Black superhero film.
Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” is the story of T’Challa, a young African prince who takes on the mantle of king and superhero, and the centuries-old legacy that comes with it.
On the list of 2018’s must-see movies, “Black Panther” reigns supreme.