Get An Early Sneak Peek At The ‘Black Panther’ Steelbook DVD Case
The ‘Black Panther’ isn’t even anywhere close to being out of theaters and already you can imagine pre-order sales for this DVD will skyrocket.
Disney and Marvel Studios’ Black Panther is an undeniable smash hit that has set box office records, garnered critical acclaim and made (black) household names out of the film’s stars. While making black history on the second month of #BlackHistoryEveryday, Black Panther made $238 million through the four-day holiday weekend in North America. Its success has made Black Panther the fifth-largest movie opening of all time, and beat out Deadpool for the biggest opening in February.
With such applause, it should come as no secret that Marvel is already thinking about what should come next: DVDs. MCU News & Tweets, a popular source for all things Marvel on Twitter, were eagle-eyed in spotting the cover art for the upcoming steelbook edition of Black Panther on DVD. While there was no detailed information on the artist behind the artwork or a release date for the DVD in mind, it is something really cool to behold and will surely want to be in everyone’s home collection.
— MCU News & Tweets (@MCU_Tweets) February 20, 2018
For those who have yet to see the film (shame, shame) — Black Panther follows the events of Captain America: Civil War where T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) is crowned the king of Wakanda, a technologically advanced country in Africa that has hidden itself away from the rest of the world. His newly minted reign is challenged by a foreigner, Ulysses Klau (Andy Serkis, Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan and neighboring tribesman M’Baku (Winston Duke).
Faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, T’Challa, joined by his Dora Milajé (Danai Gurira), his princess-sister (Letitia Wright) and fellow allies (Lupita Nyong’o, Martin Freeman) — the king must band together to fight all-comers, keep his country’s natural resources safe and prove once-and-for-all that he is the royal that will change everything in an unchangeable empire.
We will keep you posted as more word about the Black Panther DVD and collector’s set becomes available. Until then, how many times have you see Black Panther? Share with us in the comments or on Twitter!