Why wouldn't it? It's the latest from Marvel Studios, a comic-book movie house that even figured out how to make Thor sequels entertaining.
The heroic adventure opens on February 16, which is part of the four-day President's Day holiday weekend and adjacent to Valentine's Day which falls on a Wednesday this year, per Deadline.
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That works out to Williams being paid less than one-tenth of 1% of her male co-star. Wahlberg and Williams are both represented by WME.
The women of Wakanda are kicking ass and taking names in this featurette from Marvel's upcoming "Black Panther".
More recently, in Ta-Nehesi Coates' Black Panther run, the Doras have been going through something of a revolution of their own as some members have grown disenchanted with Wakanda's political instability.
Along with Nyong'o, Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman, who returns as T'Challa or Black Panther, ruler of Wakanda, a fictional African nation. He debuted as T'Challa in "Captain America: Civil War", which opened to an impressive $179 million when it arrived in theaters in May 2016. "Avengers: Infinity War", which includes several of the "Black Panther" characters, is No. 2. "It's one of the biggest and most anticipated movies to ever open in the month of February, and its trailers have electrified the internet". The first 24 hours of ticket pre-sales for the film were theon Fandango.
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Did you get your ticket?
"'Black Panther' is riding an incredible wave of momentum right now", said Fandango editor Erik Davis. You might want to circle a date, and soon, because this one will be playing to packed houses for at least its opening weekend.
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