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Celebrities Join Together to Give Everyone the Opportunity to see ‘Black Panther’

Published on February 19th, 2018 | Updated on February 19th, 2018 | By FanFest

From Kendrick Lamar to Brie Larson and many in between, celebrities all across the entertainment world are on a mission to make Marvel Studios’ Black Panther available to children everywhere.

For some, the reason behind getting this film out resounds deeply within themselves. Like Jemele Hill, who paired up with Chris Webber and Jalen Rose – and Eminem and Big Sean – to send 900 kids to the theater on February 28th to see the film. Hill had this to say about the inspiration that comes from Black Panther.

‘I know, having grown up in Detroit, that there is sometimes a shortage of that there. Kids need to be inspired. This movie is meant to show them that they can move mountains. It’s almost meant to show them that your lot in life does not have to be determined by where you come from. I just connected with it on such a great level. Every child deserves to see this movie.’

Brie Larson is another celeb who has been vocal on social media when it comes to encouraging anyone who can help, to help and ensure kids get to see this movie. The film is so rich in storyline and culture and so powerful that it aims to make us all want to be better.

Brie since retweeted an account where two people saw Black Panther thanks to the donations of fans around the country.

That’s just two of the many people who were able to get to the theater, and the numbers are only growing.

As we mentioned earlier, it was announced today that Big Sean, Eminem, and T.I have taken part in making it possible for youth to see the film as well. If you perform a social media search, you can see more of how the pop culture realm is coming together to support what will go down in history as one of the biggest movies of all time.

Black Panther is in theaters now.

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