TV news journalists Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts took their significant others on a double date to see superhero movie ‘Black Panther’ in New York City on Saturday. Michael, 46, and his 20-something girlfriend Kayla Quick were seen leaving the theater with Robin, 57, and her age-appropriate life partner Amber Laign.
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Internet trolls are sharing graphic images to discourage whites from buying tickets to see Black Panther, which opens nationwide in theaters today (Feb. 16). Trolls have been posting fake memes on social media for weeks, hoping to scare whites away from the theaters.
Gay rights activists are outraged that Marvel Studios cut the only LGBT scene from the superhero film Black Panther. The movie, which opens everywhere on Friday, featured a lesbian scene between Okoye (Danai Gurira), left, and Ayo (Florence Kasumba).
Director Ryan Coogler sat down with NBA legend and contributing Hollywood Reporter writer Kareem Abdul Jabbar for a revealing discussion about the cultural significance of his comic book superhero movie Black Panther, which opens in theaters nationwide on Friday (Feb. 16).
On Tuesday, Walmart and Marvel Studios presented an advance screening for the much-anticipated comic book superhero film Black Panther at Regal Hollywood Theater in atlanta.
Rapper T.I. brought out his children — Major, 9, King, 13, Domani, 16, Messiah, 18, and baby Heiress, 1. The rap boss gave away 250 tickets to the screening at Walmart off Cascade Road on Monday.
Tip “T.I.” Harris appeared at Walmart on Cascade Road to personally give away free tickets to the Atlanta screening of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. The Atlanta Walmart on Cascade Road was one of 5 locations nationwide to offer FREE tickets!
Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Danai Gurira appeared to be overwhelmed by the crush of paparazzi at Good Morning America and the Build Series Event promoting their new movie Black Panther in New York City on Monday. The movie comes out on Friday.
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A petition on Change.org is taking major Hollywood studios to task for deliberately targeting marginalized minority groups.
The petition, created by Chaz Gormley, urged Disney-owned Marvel Studios to invest at least 25% back into the black community.