Coogler's Marvel tentpole is the third highest grossing film in U.S. history, unadjusted for inflation.
“Avengers: Infinity War” isn’t opening for another two weeks, but the Marvel title is already on a record-breaking track.
After breaking box-office records, the Marvel hit is coming to your living room in May. Get the details.
Chadwick Boseman was greeted like royalty when he walked onto the "Saturday Night Live" stage for his inaugural hosting gig, flashing a "Wakanda Forever" salute.
As the show restarts, sisters Roseanne and Jackie haven't spoken for a year because they voted for different people in the 2016 election.
After weeks of speculating which film could slow “Black Panther’s” impressive roll, “Pacific Rim Uprising” took the top spot at the domestic box office. Universal and Legendary’s “Pacific Rim Uprising” landed a modest $28 million opening weekend at 3,708 locations. The monster battle movie has garnered mixed critical response, with a current 46% on Rotten Tomatoes. Though […]
“Black Panther” remained superheroic in its fourth weekend at the North American box office with $41.1 million at 3,942 locations, easily topping the opening weekend of fantasy-adventure “A Wrinkle in Time” with $33.5 million at 3,980 sites.
This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time this weekend — about time, right? — and of course, he didn’t make it through the night without getting choked up. After a cold open that placed Kate McKinnon’s Robert Mueller in a savage Bachelor parody, Brown kicked things off with a monologue […]
The film is now the United States’ ninth domestically highest-grossing film of all time, and had the second-largest four-day domestic opening weekend. The international success of “Black Panther” has challenged the myth that films with predominantly black casts don’t sell ― and it helps unravel “unwritten Hollywood rules,” Jeff Bock, a senior analyst at entertainment research firm Exhibitor Relations, told The New York Times.
Wakanda forever! The blockbuster, record-breaking "Black Panther" will be getting a sequel, surprising nobody and delighting us all. Marvel boss Kevin Feige confirmed the studio has already begun planning a follow-up film. Feige didn't allude to possible storylines, though the end of the first movie left things wide open — literally, since T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) was starting to open the doors of Wakanda to the rest of the world.
The actor's performance seemingly captivated his biggest fan, Sophia Robb, so much that she clenched her teeth hard enough during the movie to break her retainer.
The 'challenge day' scene from 'Black Panther' was so memorable that fans have decided to reenact M'Buka's speech, to great success.
MCU architect Victoria Alonso explains the difficulty of juggling 50 actors for back-to-back "Avengers" movies and calls "Black Panther" Marvel's "pride and joy."
While speaking to Access Hollywood on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night, the Academy Award winner opened up about how emotional the Marvel Cinematic Universe has made her because of the impact it’s had on her eight-year-old adopted son, Louis.
Los Angeles (AFP) - "Black Panther" continued its record-setting romp this weekend, passing the half-billion-dollar mark in only its third week out in North America as it stayed on track to be one of the highest-grossing films ever, industry analysts said.
Believing they were making a video by talking to a poster, "Black Panther" fans were obviously surprised when Chadwick Boseman appeared in the flesh on "The Tonight Show."
On Wednesday, fans of 2017’s “Wonder Woman” and current monster hit “Black Panther” engaged in an extremely important debate on Twitter: who would win in a fight between Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Okoye, the head of Black Panther’s special forces played to badass perfection by Danai Gurira. The debate was sparked by Wednesday’s news that the villain of “Wonder Woman 2” will be Cheetah, perhaps to be played by Kristen Wiig.
Tesco issues statement after a Black Panther costume being sold on its website was mistakenly described as a “Dark Panther” outfit, goes viral.
Directed by Ramin Bahrani, HBO's adaptation of Ray Bradbury's seminal 1953 sci-fi novel pairs Jordan with Michael Shannon in the story about a future America where books have been outlawed.
Letitia Wright's character breaks the Disney princess mold, reassembles the pieces, and uses them to make the world a better place. All hail.