Black Panther returning to theaters for free screenings for Black History Month


Wakanda Forever, and ever. Fresh off the SAG Awards win for best Ensemble, and just in time to garner more Oscar Buzz, Black Panther is returning to theaters for a week. And you can see it for free. The movie will be playing for free in celebration of Black History Month. Disney has also given a $1.5 million grant to the United Negro College Fund.

The film is the second highest grossing Marvel film in the U.S., and is the first superhero movie to garner a Best Picture Nomination for the Academy Awards. From Feb. 1-7. AMC will show the movie at 250 locations in the U.S. with most theaters doing two screenings a day.

The film is already out on DVD as well as Netflix, but if you missed seeing it on the big screen, nows your chance.

For a list of theater locations, visit the advance ticketing site.

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