Black Panther ticket sales on Fandango already setting records
Jan 10 2018 by Francis Osborne
And thanks to a recent announcement, its soundtrack album is now equally eagerly anticipated.
Watch the new trailer below.
Collating Original Songs Was Director Ryan Coogler's IdeaRyan Coogler directing Chadwick Boseman in Black Panther. It is directed by Coogler and produced by Kevin Feige of course. "I think it's a little bit of a family drama", Coogler said in an interview with Fandango.
While movie chains and other sites also offer advanced tickets, Fandango is the most popular, giving a good indication of where sales are heading for the film, which hits theaters on February 16. I can't wait for the world to hear some of the art that they've been working on. It's a clever and nearly seamless mix of crime genre entertainment and social commentary, making it an interesting pick as an influence on Black Panther, which Coogler described as a "bit of an espionage thriller" combined with a "family drama". Check it out below...
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Black Panther:Long Live the King #3 art by Mario DelPennio and Chris O'Halloran. Fandango managing editor Erik Davis announced the record-setting sales on Twitter.
He continued: "For me, I try to pull from a wide variety of films".
Black Panther benefits from not being restricted by an R-rating, and having an even more promising built-in audience than any previous Marvel movies. In addition to unveiling additional scenes from the upcoming superhero flick, the clip also unveiled snippets of a new track featuring vocals by both Lamar and Staples.
Deadline reports that Black Panther is not expected to beat Captain America: Civil War's opening haul of $179 million, but it is thought Black Panther will be able to beat Deadpool's $132.4 million, which would give Black Panther the best opening in February.