'Black Panther' dominates North American box office in opening weekend


"Black Panther" is far and away the biggest February debut in box office history - stealing the top spot from "Deadpool", which made just over $130 million in three days. "Cunningham was at Regal Killeen Stadium with his fiancee to see 'Black Panther" in 3-D.

Lexus general manager of global strategic communications Brian Bolain said Marvel's charismatic characters and inspiring stories were an ideal match with the Lexus mission to craft fantastic, engaging experiences.

One lucky reader can stand a chance to WIN double tickets to see 'Black Panther' at any Nu Metro cinema nationwide. The character is the little sister to Chadwick Boseman's T'Challa, the king of Wakanda who also wears the mantle of its fearsome protector, the Black Panther.

It will probably be a long time before the Black Panther spin-off game does make an appearance as an Avengers game project is now in the works at Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics and Marvel has also stated an interest in getting into VR games, with multiple VR games already in development along the pipeline.

Black Panther is the first black Marvel hero to get their own standalone feature film.

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It says high-profile stars "need to use our power as communicators and connectors to shift the way society sees and treats us". Others backing the campaign include Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Emma Stone and Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg.

"Blade" - released in 1998 - was the first Marvel superhero movie to find mainstream success at the box office despite being the second to receive a widespread theatrical release in the United States.

In October, ahead of SEMA, Lexus unveiled a custom concept coupe dubbed the Black Panther Inspired LC.

Starring alongside Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong'o, Boseman plays the titular superhero also known as T'Challa, king and protector of the technologically advanced fictional African nation of Wakanda, an affluent, never-colonized utopia.

"The Black Panther lives... and so does Troublemaker!" Lupita Nyong'o posted a video of her and co-star Letitia Wright posted up in the backseat of a vehicle laying down a freestyle on a beat. It's based on the Marvel comic of the same name and is directed by Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station, Creed).

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