See Black Panther on the Big Screen Tonight—For Free

You’ve eaten turkey, possibly shopped till you dropped on Black Friday, and spent some part of yesterday making the most of Cyber Monday (during work hours, no less). Okay, maybe this isn’t you, but this does describe a decent percentage of the American population, a fever of purchasing that is as much a part of the holidays as stuffing, trying to avoid politics at the dinner table and promises of a diet at some future date. This is why we love Giving Tuesday, an opportunity to try and counterbalance the nearly unchecked consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday by donating to a charity, be it with your time, your goods, your cash or your voice. It’s in that spirit of giving that Marvel Studios, partnering with Film Comment and Art House Convergence, is holding one-night-only free screenings of Black Panther tonight. What’s more, the special screening will feature a live-streamed Q&A with director Ryan Coogler after the film.

(Yes, this screening also allows Marvel to begin their Black Panther Oscar push, but let’s not sully an opportunity to see a great film for free by pointing out the fact that the screening serves multiple purposes.)

You can check here to see if there will be a Black Panther screening near you.

Here’s the Black Panther Giving Tuesday trailer.

For more Black Panther coverage:

Meet costume designer Ruth E. Carter and learn how she created the film’s now iconic look, including the glorious look of the Dora Milaje.

Find out how production designer Hannah Beachler helped create the incredible world of Wakanda.

Learn the tricks of the trade that makeup designer Joel Harlow deployed to give each of Wakanda’s tribes their own, bespoke look.

Featured image: Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER. L to R: Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and T’Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman). Ph: Matt Kennedy. ©Marvel Studios 2018


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