Muva Rose went to her Instagram Story this weekend with a shot of Sebastian decked out in a Black Panther costume.
— SOHH (@sohh) March 4, 2018
According to Disney CEO Bob Iger, he believes there’s a significant chance the hit movie could one-day make its way into Disneyland.
Iger said at an investor conference that there’s a one-hour line to meet the Black Panther walkaround character at Disneyland. “No ride?” he was asked. “No. We haven’t had a chance to build a ride,” the exec said with a chuckle. “Though I’m sure there are people who are working on it.” (Variety)
A few days ago, the signature Black Panther “Wakanda Forever” salute made its way onto a televised soccer game.
Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard dropped the best celebration in soccer after Lingard’s winner against Chelsea. Yes, that’s right — this is the “Wakanda Forever” salute from Black Panther and it’s totally awesome. The crowd blew up when the pair ended their celebratory handshake with the salute. Black Panther is awesome. Pogba and Lingard are awesome — everything about this is great. Honestly, I’m totally fine if they do this over and over and over again. (SB Nation)
Wakanda forever. pic.twitter.com/LIZwGaRXrD
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) February 25, 2018
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) February 25, 2018
In its second week, the must-see movie easily banked around $108 million at the box office.
“Black Panther” becomes only the fourth film ever to cross $100 million in its second weekend, joining “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Jurassic World,” and “The Avengers.” It is the second highest second weekend for a film behind only “Force Awakens.” “Black Panther” has also crossed the $700 million mark globally in just two weekends of release and will cross $400 million domestically on Sunday, its 10th day of release. The film has yet to open in China or Japan. (CNN)