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Black Panther headed back to theaters to kick off Black History Month

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Black Panther is headed back to theaters to celebrate Black History Month. (AP)

CEO and chairman of the Walt Disney Company, Robert Iger, announced on Twitter that Black Panther will be headed back to select theaters to celebrate Black History Month.

"Today we are excited to announce #BlackPanther will return to the big screen to celebrate#BlackHistoryMonth from Feb 1-7 at participating AMC theaters. Tickets are free!" Iger tweeted.

Black Panther made over $1 billion dollars worldwide. The movie has received an Oscar nomination for 'Best Picture".

Iger said Disney will donate $1.5 million to UNCF to make the dream of high education a reality for more students.

AMC Easton Town Center 30, AMC Lennox 24 and AMC Dublin Village 18 will all be showing Black Panther.


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