With sequels for Doctor Strange and Thor now having been released in theaters, MCU fans now look ahead to Marvel Studios’ last theatrical premiere of the year in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Following up on the second-highest-grossing MCU solo movie ever, Black Panther 2 looks to expand on the fictional African nation and its relationship with the surrounding world.
While the promotional tour for Black Panther 2 has been minimal thus far, fans have gotten peaks at the exciting upgrades to the looks for leading characters like Letitia Wright’s Shuri and Danai Gurira’s Okoye.
Moviegoers are also gearing up for the long-awaited introduction of Tenoch Huerta’s Namor the Sub-Mariner and the hidden world of Atlantis – not to mention the dangers that come along with it.
As new images become public through various sources, the wait lingers on for Black Panther 2‘s eventual world premiere and red carpet event in about four months – in advance of the November 11 release. Now, new information has become available on when exactly that event will take place ahead of the movie’s worldwide arrival in theaters.
Black Panther 2’s Red Carpet Event Finalized
Average Socialite revealed that Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will hold its red carpet world premiere event on Tuesday, November 1 from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM PST. This will be ten days before the MCU sequel’s theatrical premiere date, Friday, November 11.
Previously, this same source accurately reported the worldwide premiere dates for Spider Man: No Way Home in December 2021 and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in May.
What To Expect From Black Panther’s Premiere Event
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever‘s world premiere date comes with a fair amount of time between the first screenings and its full arrival for fans, giving early critics time to deeply analyze the MCU’s 30th movie. The same thing happened with Thor: Love and Thunderwhich held its world premiere two weeks ahead of its full debut, separating these solo outings from the Doctor Strange and Spider Man sequels which came in the same week of their releases.
Fans should expect plenty of early reactions to the film, as well as some insight from the cast and crew of the film’s contents and potentially what lies ahead for the MCU.
Of course, there will be plenty of major spoilers for fans to find out about in this highly-anticipated second solo movie for the Black Panther family on the big screen. While they may not be of quite the same magnitude as Black Panther 2‘s more Multiversal companions, the Wakanda vs. Atlantis fight alone will be something worth waiting for – not to mention the rumors about Doctor Doom as well.
For now, that date remains almost half a year away, with fans still eagerly waiting for the movie’s eventual first trailer to show what exactly is in store.
Thor: Love and Thunder set the record for the shortest official MCU promotional window ever, and if Black Panther 2 doesn’t break that record, its first look shouldn’t be too far away.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will debut in theaters on November 11.