When Marvel’s Black Panther touched down in theaters, it wasn’t just a film but a cultural milestone in many ways. And, the audiences responded by giving Marvel Studios their hard-earned money, shattering all sorts of box office records and becoming a global phenomenon.
Fans who didn’t get a chance to see the film in theaters will now get the opportunity to stream it on FandangoNOW beginning May 8.
In an official release from FandangoNOW — the premium on-demand service from Fandango — Black Panther was added to the lineup after it earned more than a 96 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
The release of Black Panther on FandangoNOW coincides nicely with the theatrical release of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War, which will hit on April 27. Fans of Marvel movies will also be pleased to know that the Marvel titles that are available on FandangoNOW will be 20 percent off when the film hits the streaming service, and fans who buy or rent select Marvel titles will receive a free poster featuring all of the Avengers!
Black Panther is just the first of many amazing films that are coming to FandangoNOW.
Below is a list of some other first-run movies that are coming to FandangoNOW and their release dates. In addition, it’s indicated whether they’re available in 4K.
- Peter Rabbit, starring James Corden — available on April 20 — available in 4K
- Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, starring Annette Bening — available on April 24
- The 15:17 To Paris, starring Spencer Stone — available on May 1 — available in 4K
- Early Man, featuring the voice of Tom Hiddleston — available on May 15 — available in 4K
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— Black Panther (@theblackpanther) April 19, 2018
Black Panther features an all-star cast that includes Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa/Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan as Kilmonger, Angela Bassett as Ramonda, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Andy Serkis as Klaw, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Florence Kasumba as Ayo, and Sterling K. Brown as N’Jobu.
— Black Panther (@theblackpanther) March 26, 2018
For now, there are a few select theaters that are still running Black Panther, both in 2D and in 3D. As of today, Black Panther has officially earned more at the box office than Titanic, becoming one of the top-grossing films of all time, and the first with a nearly all-black cast.