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« Reply #2925 on: July 02, 2018, 08:46:35 pm »
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D. A. Jackson and his team WORKHORSE PICTURES short film series The Black Panther Unleashed: Storms of Carnage is a reminder of just how good fan made film can be when done by those who fully embrace the mythos underlining ethos of the Black Panther. And to think all this for about $2500.


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« Reply #2928 on: July 19, 2018, 09:57:36 am »
'Black Panther' Is $99K Away From One Last Box Office Milestone
Scott Mendelson July 16, 2018



Although it lost half of its screens this weekend and now plays in just 28 theaters, Marvel and Walt Disney’s Black Panther is slowly Spectre-ing its way to $700 million domestic. The Chadwick Boseman action drama earned around $15k last weekend to bring its domestic total to $699.901m. So, it is $99,007 away from the once-fabled $700m mark. If it sticks around long enough (and presumably gets a glorified reissue for a week or two in semi-wide release), it’ll be just the latest big movie to be dragged kicking and screaming in protest across an arbitrary box office milestone.

Spectre spent two months (61 days) hovering between $199 million to $200m. The Sony/EON/MGM 007 flick was already a solid hit, earning $881m worldwide alongside The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part II and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But be it luck or happenstance, theaters kept the 007 movie around (perhaps as an adult-skewing counterpoint to the kid-targeted Star Wars and Hunger Games sequels) for long enough to hit the $200m milestone. Sometimes it’s a matter of saving face, as the underperforming Superman Returns spent 36 days between $198m and $200m domestic before ending with just $200.7m total (and $391m worldwide on a $270m budget).

In 2013, Paramount/Viacom Inc. brought Brad Pitt’s World War Z back into theaters over the Labor Day weekend, going from 239 screens to 1,242 screens. And, sure enough, the troubled but successful zombie thriller earned $1.65 million over the four-day weekend to get over the hunch. Again, the horror drama was already a hit, having countered behind-the-scenes horror stories with a $551m global cume on a $190m budget, but Paramount wanted the sexy number for bonuses and/or post-theatrical bragging rights.

Disney put A Wrinkle in Time back into 1,984 screens over Mother’s Day weekend and then expanded just a tough back into 245 screens in mid-June (the opening weekend of Incredibles 2). Allegations of magical math notwithstanding, they got the flick over the $100m domestic mark. The Storm Reid/Oprah Winfrey fantasy didn’t magically turn into a profitable flick ($133m worldwide on a $103m budget), but it did allow for the possibility that every single 2018 Walt Disney release could end up above the $100m domestic mark (if Christopher Robin falls short, Pooh gets punched), which would be a major bragging point.

This isn’t a new thing, not by a longshot. Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc. put Tim Burton’s Batman into 690 theaters in its 14th weekend to get it over the $250 million milestone. To be fair, it doesn’t always do the trick, as Disney’s Gnomeo and Juliet never did get to the $100m mark, having to settle for $99.967m. At that point, you’d think someone would just buy out a handful of theaters for a weekend. The Disney toon (not technically from Walt Disney, Pixar or DisneyToon) was already a big hit without the bragging rights. Ditto (to the 7th power) Black Panther.

Since it earned just $15,000 last weekend, it’s going to take a miracle, a reissue, or an MCU triple feature-type gimmick to get the movie over the $700 million mark. The $200m Ryan Coogler/Joe Robert Cole Marvel drama has earned $1.345 billion worldwide. It’s the biggest comic book superhero movie ever in North America and the fourth-biggest behind only the three Avengers movies worldwide. It will probably be the first superhero movie nominated for Best Picture at next year’s Oscars. It doesn’t need to cross the $700m mark to secure its legacy. But it’s kind of fun watching it try to get there anyway.

In the meantime, Chadwick Boseman just signed the dotted line for 17 Bridges, a modern-day police actioner for STX Entertainment and the Russo brothers. Black Panther’s legacy can’t just be “Daniel Kaluuya should be the next 007!” or “I hope we get an all-female MCU movie!” Will you be “here for it” (“it” being the kind of studio programmer star vehicle that the likes of Ryan Reynolds take for granted) in theaters? Or do you only care about diversity (or fandom of folks like Boseman and Danai Gurira) when it applies to the big franchise movies you were already going to see?

By all means, Wakanda Forever and all that jazz. But I’m sure Mr. Boseman would like plenty of folks to spend their time and money seeing his other movies (Barry Jenkins’ Expatriate comes to mind) in theaters as well. Unless you want him to become a modern-day equivalent of Simon Trent, you should want that too. In the meantime, let’s see how close Black Panther gets to the once-untouchable $700 million mark.


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Black Panther maybe expanding to more theaters starting this week.  I noticed it is returning to four theaters in my area come tomorrow. Admittedly, it would be fun to watch Black Panther reach that 700 million spot.
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« Reply #2929 on: July 21, 2018, 11:09:09 am »
I was right about the push to 700 million. The Balck Panther went from 28 theaters to 154 this weekend.
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« Reply #2930 on: July 21, 2018, 12:59:25 pm »
I was right about the push to 700 million. The Balck Panther went from 28 theaters to 154 this weekend.


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« Reply #2931 on: July 21, 2018, 08:47:44 pm »
Good. I was so close o. It's own, with Disney helping now it's just about a sure fire thing

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« Reply #2932 on: July 21, 2018, 09:51:04 pm »
Friday Box Office: 'Black Panther' Returns...
Scott Mendelson 
July 21, 2018




In holdover box office news for Friday, Black Panther returned to 154 theaters this weekend, in a pretty clear sign that Disney and Marvel want that $700 million milestone. The Chadwick Boseman MCU action drama earned another $8,000 on Friday to bring its domestic total up to $699.914m. We’re presumably looking at a $24k weekend (+69%) for a new domestic cume of $699.93m. It’ll still have around $69k to go, but A) Spectre needed a lot longer to get from $199m to $200m, and B) I can’t imagine Disney isn’t considering an MCU triple-feature event for the end of the summer.

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« Reply #2933 on: August 05, 2018, 09:02:01 am »
Well, Black Panther's surpassed the $700m domestic mark today!

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=daily&id=marvel2017b.htm
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« Reply #2934 on: August 05, 2018, 09:57:30 am »
Box Office: 'Black Panther' Tops $700M



Black Panther finally crossed the $700 million mark at the domestic box office on its 170th day of release. The MCU action drama has now earned $700.004m just shy of six months after its mid-February debut. It is the third movie to cross this milestone, after James Cameron’s Avatar (on day 72) and J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens (on day 16). The picture has earned 3.45x its $202m Fri-Sun debut, making it the second-leggiest MCU movie behind Guardians of the Galaxy ($333m/$94m in 2014). It is also the second-leggiest $200m+ opener behind The Force Awakens. Maybe it’ll crawl to $700.007m and call it a day.

It has earned an additional $6.5 million since its May 8 digital HD debut and $3.5m since its May 15 DVD/Blu-ray debut. Please cool it with the conspiracy theories or the notions that putting it out on DVD/Blu in May meant that Disney didn’t believe in the movie. It debuted in post-theatrical in about the same amount of time as any modern release (Avengers: Infinity War just dropped on digital just over three months after its theatrical launch). I’m guessing if they didn’t believe in the movie that they wouldn’t have spent $200m to produce and about as much to market the movie in the first place.


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« Reply #2935 on: August 13, 2018, 08:25:55 pm »
What if Nakia became Storm?

"I'm not a Dora."

But you were once. Ha!

Now how about Nakia gaining elemental powers granted her by Sekhmet

A new Storm is born!

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« Reply #2936 on: August 17, 2018, 03:29:38 pm »
The Official Black Panther Remix Soundtrack Somehow Improves Upon Perfection
James Whitbrook


I mean, as Shuri told her brother in the movie, just because something works doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. That applies to both the finest tech Wakanda has to offer and Ludwig Göransson’s sublime soundtrack for Black Panther. Marvel and Hollywood Records both announced and dropped Black Panther: Wakanda Remixed today.

It’s a short album featuring remixed takes on five pieces from Göransson’s soundtrack for Black Panther—which itself was already one of the highlights of the movie. As well as Göransson’s original work, the album features remixes from DJ Dahi, WondaGurl, Ame Kora, and more. Check out the first track from the collection, the remixed version of “Wakanda,” below:



They’re all pretty great, chill takes on the original tracks, but my favorite might be Göransson and Kora’s reimagining of T’Challa’s main theme, “Black Panther” (duh), as a stirring choral anthem, rising from an acoustic guitar to a complete orchestral blare, while still keeping that electrifying drumbeat that made the original one of the best character themes on a Marvel movie soundtrack:



Hell yeah. You can purchase Black Panther: Wakanda Remixed for $5 here, stream it on Spotify, or head on over to the Marvel Vevo channel on YouTube to hear all the tracks.

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« Reply #2937 on: August 21, 2018, 06:01:24 pm »
Marvel's Black Panther Arrives On Netflix Next Month
BY DAN ZINSKI – ON AUG 21, 2018



After a box office run that saw the film gross an astonishing $1.344 billion worldwide, Marvel and Disney’s Black Panther will make its Netflix debut in September. Black Panther will however be one of the last Disney movies released on Netflix as the studio prepares to launch its own subscription streaming service.

A phenomenon upon its release earlier this year, Black Panther’s impact was felt well beyond the box office, as the movie became as much a cultural cause as a blockbuster. Due in large part to the film’s cultural impact, many have predicted Black Panther will have a real chance to contend for this year’s Oscar for Best Picture, becoming the rare superhero film to receive such recognition. Perhaps at least partially in response to the buzz over Black Panther getting an Oscar nod, the Academy recently announced the creation of a new Best Popular Film category, with an eye toward giving more audience-friendly fare a chance to win gold during awards season (and hopefully draw more viewers to the Oscars ceremony).

With Black Panther garnering Oscar buzz as well as basking in the glow of a massive box office run, Netflix subscribers will get a chance to watch - or re-watch - the film beginning on September 4, as revealed by Netflix Twitter account Strong Black Lead. Black Panther joins Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Captain America: Civil War on Netflix’s currently available line-up of MCU films. But as previously mentioned, with Disney looking to launch its own streaming service, there’s no telling how long the above titles will remain available to Netflix users.




According to previous reports, Disney’s deal with Netflix will cover MCU films through Ant-Man and the Wasp, but will end with next year’s Captain Marvel. This means 2018’s other MCU blockbuster, the universe-shaking Avengers: Infinity War, will also become available on Netflix at some point likely late in the year. It’s possible that around Christmas time families will be able to gather for a truly awesome Netflix double-feature of Black Panther and Infinity War.

But folks who swear by Netflix shouldn’t get too attached to the MCU movies available on the service. Naturally, Disney will want all their huge titles available to make their streaming service as loaded as possible with desirable content, and of course they won’t want their competitors being able to show the same movies. Unfortunately for Disney, their other huge franchise Star Wars will not be fully available when the streaming service launches, due to issues relating to TV and streaming rights. Given the lack of Star Wars, Disney will be leaning even more heavily on Black Panther and the rest of their MCU films to give their new service a leg-up.
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« Reply #2938 on: August 21, 2018, 06:29:06 pm »
I saw a FB post that says BP is tearing up the DVD sales too.
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« Reply #2939 on: August 21, 2018, 08:21:19 pm »
I saw a FB post that says BP is tearing up the DVD sales too.

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