- The sequel to Black Panther, the first black superhero movie of all time will be premiered in Ghana in November
- It is estimated that the attendance of Wakanda Forever will break the historic record that was set in 2018
- In Wakanda Forever, Wakanda is pitted against intervening world powers as they mourn the loss of their king T'Challa
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Wakanda Forever, the sequel to the world's first black superhero movie Black Panther, is set to make history in Ghana come November, 2022.
Wetaskiwincinemas reports that four years ago, Black Panther achieved an unprecedented feat after admitting 16,000 people within the short space of four days at Silverbird Cinemas.
"Not only was it a historic achievement for the global cinema fandom, but Silverbird Cinemas Ghana also set a record that has yet to be surpassed. 16,000 admissions in the first four days of operation earned the nation's number one cinema franchise bragging rights and the title of highest grossing cinema not only in Ghana, but also in West Africa," the report said.
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It is already being estimated that Wakanda Forever will top the history that was made during the previous edition of the Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures movie at the Silverbird Cinemas.
This year, on November 11th, be a part of the experience at Silverbird Cinemas, West Hills, and Accra Mall as this global blockbuster returns to the big screen. Let us make history once more and write Ghana's name in it," the Marketing Manager, Nana Kwame Obiri-Tete told YEN.com.gh.
Meet Ewuraba the lady with Ghanaian roots in Black Panther sequel Wakanda-Forever
In a separate story Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson, an award-winning actress with Ghanaian roots, has been starred in the new sequel of Black Panther called Wakanda Forever.
On her personal Instagram handle, Ewuraba whose parents are Ghanaian but grew up with her sister in London, shared the Wakanda-Forever trailer with a shot that captured a scene of her.
The Ghanaian-British woman has worked as an actress, screenwriter, director, producer and singer, BAFTA Award for Best Female Comedy Performance and British Academy Television Award for Best Actress, among others.
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