When Black Panther first debuted in 2018, the superhero film became the first non-Avengers Marvel title to gross over a billion dollars worldwide. The story of a fictional African king and his highly-futuristic city of Wakanda broke barriers for Black superheroes on screen, making for one of Marvel’s best films to date. The future of the film and its titular hero—played by the late Chadwick Boseman—was put in question after the actor’s death, but director Ryan Coogler and co. are ready to return to the world of Wakanda and pay tribute to their fallen king. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the nation will face a new threat as it mourns the loss of its king.
Since Wakanda Forever hits theaters on November 11, you have less than two weeks to make sure you’re prepped for our long-awaited return to Wakanda. So whether or not you’ve seen the original Black Panther already, it’s time to queue it up. Lucky for you, there are a few ways you can stream Black Panther. If you purchase a Disney+ subscription for $7.99/month, the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe catalog is available to stream, as well as Star Wars, Pixar, and Disney originals. If you already pay for Hulu or ESPN+, you can even upgrade to include Disney+ at a bundled price for $13.99/month or $19.99/month without ads. Black Panther is also available to rent for $3.99 via Amazon or Apple TV+.
Early reactions to the sequel were very positive, with critics praising how the film handled Boseman’s death and the passing of the Black Panther mantle. They also lauded the performances of newcomer Tenoch Huerta as Namor and the return of Angela Bassett as T’Challa’s mother, Romona. Like the original film, the sequel will also have a killer soundtrack, featuring artists like Tems and Rihanna, with the latter artist’s first song in over six years.
Josh Rosenberg is an entertainment writer living in Brooklyn, keeping a steady diet of one movie a day; his work can be found at Spin, Insider, Vibe, and on his personal blog at Roseandblog.com.
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