Netflix has officially announced that all its subscribers will soon be able to take a journey to Wakanda. Yes, Black Panther will be available on Netflix starting from September 4th.

The film will also be among the last Marvel films to go on Netflix as Disney’s current deal for Marvel and Star Wars with Netflix is soon coming to an end. After that, all Marvel films will stream upon Disney’s streaming service.

“Starting with Captain Marvel in March, all of the films that Walt Disney Studios releases in theatres will subsequently flow to the Disney streaming platform instead of to Netflix,”

The New York Times reported earlier this month.

Starting with Captain Marvel next year, all Marvel films will stream on Disney’s streaming platform. Black Panther has been breaking records throughout its run and has now become the third movie to make 700 million dollars at the domestic box office and with more $1.3 billion worldwide.

Black Panther is also being seen as a potential runner for the Popular Film Category in the Academy Awards though many fans argue that it deserves a shot at the best picture.

Black Panther is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD.

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