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‘Black Panther’ is Back in Theaters and Free for the First Week of Black History Month

[dropcap size=big]B[/dropcap]lack Panther, the Academy Award-nominated film from Marvel, returns to AMC theaters this month in honor of Black History Month and for the first week it's free at participating theaters. From today until Feb. 7, 250 AMC theaters across the country will screen the Ryan Coogler film at no cost.

AMC Theaters in Thousand Oaks, Torrance, Universal City, Woodland Hills, Redondo Beach, Burbank and Arcadia will all screen the film.

The film premiered in Los Angeles on January 29, 2018 and quickly turned into a worldwide phenomenon. Black Panther has gone on to become one of the highest grossing film of all time and the first comic book movie to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

In honor of Black History Month, Disney (the film’s distributor) also announced that it would donate 1.5 million dollars to the United Negro College Fund. Find out what theaters are screening Black Panther in your area and reserve your tickets here.

RELATED: ‘Black Panther’ and ‘Coco’ Prove Diversity Is Good for the Movie Business, Panel Says

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