Finally, fans will have to wait no longer! Black Panther: Wakanda Forever arrives on Disney’s platform very soon. Being one of the most prolific movies for Marvel Studios, Ryan Coogler’s film has witnessed a lot of complications, including the tragic death of its protagonist in real life. But with a good plot and a nice tribute to the Late Chadwick Boseman, the sequel has brought great success to the franchise.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was released internationally in theaters on November 11 and managed to lead the box office in various parts of the world for weeks. It is clear that the fans could not go on without knowing how the Black Panther story continued – the first film was released in 2018.
But every Marvel movie gets its premiere on Disney+, and in the case of the adventure of Shuri and the Wakandan royal family it will be no different. Although Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness premiered on May 6, its transfer to the streaming platform was just 47 days later. In the case of Thor: Love and Thunder it was 62. Having premiered on November 11, Wakanda Forever will be available starting February 1, 82 days later, after its theatrical release.