Black Panther Returns to Theaters with Free Screenings for One Night Only


It's been almost exactly ten months since Black Panther hit theaters and wowed fans and critics alike. Now, with Oscar season approaching, fans in select cities will be able to experience the Marvel film in theaters again, thanks to a free event hosted by Film Comment Magazine.

Black Panther returns to the big screen with free screenings today, November 27, as part of a #GivingTuesday event at nonprofit art house theaters nationwide. Presented by Film Comment, a publication of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and supported by the Art House Convergence, the event will feature a post-screening live-stream Q&A with director Ryan Coogler, who will join audiences from the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael, CA.

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"We’re pleased to announce that Black Panther will return to the big screen with free screenings at nonprofit art-house theaters nationwide on Tuesday, November 27 at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET," the official release states. The complete list of participating theaters can be found here, on the Film Comment website.

Viewers can even can get involved in the Q&A discussion with Coogler by tweeting questions to Coogler on Twitter using the hashtag #AskBlackPanther. For those unable to attend or are outside of the select theater areas, Black Panther is currently streaming on Netflix.

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