"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever": When the film will premiere on Disney Plus, the streaming platform


Bad news for those who always wait for the release of the Avengers movies on Disney Plus. They will have to wait until 2023 according to reports.

There is no doubt that "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is one of the best phase closures that Marvel has had, outside of "Infinity War" and "Endgame". On this occasion, the producer shares some details after the snap of the Hulk, which brought back the middle of life to the universe. In turn, part of the film since the death of T'Challa, who was suffering from a mysterious illness.
At the time of writing, the film has a score of 84 from critics on Rotten Tomatoes; while fans give it a score of 95, only below "Shang-Chi" and "Spider-Man: No Way Home."

Millions of fans have already attended theaters to enjoy the closing of phase 4, but there are many others who are waiting for the premiere on the Disney Plus streaming platform. Remember that normally, after a month of going through theaters, Marvel movies eventually reach the application.
However, Deadline reported that fans will have to wait longer than expected. Black Panther 2 would arrive only at the beginning of 2023 and not as the predictions said.

The film was expected to premiere on Disney Plus on Christmas this year or perhaps sooner, but it is now reported to be released 45 days later.
"As we mentioned earlier, a solid cinematic window looms, a minimum of 45 days, with no plans for the film directed and written by Ryan Coogler to arrive on Disney+ by the end of the year (Strange World style). 

While the exhibit has received news that Disney's animated Thanksgiving release, Strange World, will arrive on Disney+ in time for the holiday season, there's a solid theatrical window ahead for Wakanda Forever, definitely over 45 days, I understand, with no plans for a holiday drop in the studio OTT service." Details the means mentioned.


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