Marvel Studios ‘Black Panther‘ Coming to Disney+ in March 2020. After month of waiting, Black Panther is finally slated to join Disney+ starting March 4th.
The hit film was not immediately added to Disney’s new streaming service due to a conflicting streaming contract with Netflix, where the film has been streaming for nearly a year. Now that the films run time with Netflix is ending soon, the film will now be available to stream for subscribers on Disney+. Disney shared the news via the Disney+ Facebook page.
WAKANDA. FOREVER. Happy anniversary to Marvel Studios' #BlackPanther, coming to #DisneyPlus March 4.
Posted by Disney+ on Sunday, February 16, 2020
Other Marvel titles currently streaming on other platforms include Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Infinity War. Thor Ragnarok recently transitioned from Netflix to Disney+ after the completion of its streaming contract between Marvel and Netflix.
Black Panther fans will be excited to know that a sequel is currently in the works at Marvel Studios. Marvel Studios President, Kevin Fiege along with director, Ryan Coogler revealed the film, “Black Panther 2”. Fans will get to return to Wakanda when this film debuts in theaters on May 6, 2022. No other details have been revealed about the upcoming film at this time. For now, the working title will remain “Black Panther 2” until further notice.
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