Back-and-forth over the streaming release date of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Disney Plus probably inadvertently extinguished the fire and seems to have seen its conclusion.
Wakanda Forever It failed to crack the $1 billion mark many expected for such a long-awaited sequel, but $820 million in earnings is hardly a sneeze. Now it’s almost time for a streaming release. Recent reports and dates for when viewers could expect to see it on Disney Plus were fluctuating rapidly, but it seems the dust has settled and this time it’s for real.
Originally reported to release on January 20th, a February 1st release date has been confirmed, well beyond the usual seven-week waiting period for Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. Apparently. Disney Plus websites in some regions show that the film will hit the platform early in the month, just in time for Black History Month.
Scheduling the release to coincide with Black History Month is a fitting move given the character’s history, but a more sinister perspective suggests that the box office might be to blame. black panther The movie grossed $1.3 billion worldwide, but its sequels have struggled to build such a foundation.
The cynics will say there will be a 12-week wait instead of the usual seven because the studio hasn’t fully milked the box office yet. maintaining the prestige and momentum of what is most likely to
In any case, in Friday’s release, werewolf of the night It also made its full weekend debut starting Friday. Wakanda Forever Until then, it will remain in cinemas, with award season underway.