The whole universe seems to have caught the Black Panther bug as the #WakandaForever trend has taken over Twitter with fans sharing images of themselves in African attire or Black Panther themed ensembles and the Black Panther symbol.
Descriptions of the movie range from ‘Empowering’, to ‘Beautiful’, ‘Unreal’, ‘Perfect’ and every glamorous adjective in between. This movie is especially empowering for Africans and black women because more than ever before, they have been able to identify with a movement that puts them in the spotlight and portrays them as heroic and unstoppable.
Critics and fans alike are praising the film for being the first of its kind and for setting the bar high for those to follow. Before hitting the U.S., Black Panther opened in 17 countries.
According to Mashable, it was the highest-grossing single day of 2018 at the U.K. box office. and opened at #1 in all Asian film markets
Here are some of the images from fans as they went to see the movies: