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Fans dressed up for ‘Black Panther’s opening night—and they looked incredible
More than two weeks after Hollywood wore “royal attire” to the Black Panther world premiere, fan finally got to see the movie Thursday night and celebrated with a mix of cosplay and African-inspired outfits of their own.
While Marvel always has strong showings at the movies, the launch of Black Panther—the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film centering around a black superhero—was an event. And fans who saw the movie—some who were finally seeing themselves reflected on-screen for the first time—marked the occasion in style.
👀 A buncha yall went to see #BlackPanther & I know y'all showin out!
Lemme see some lewks!!
— Tora Shae (@BlackMajiik) February 13, 2018
— Moombi N. Pressley (@Moombi) February 15, 2018
— Da Vinci – #GendryHive (@YourLifeAfter25) February 16, 2018
— Wakandan Social Justice Warrior (@BlairImani) February 16, 2018
— sublimage (@santacayo) February 16, 2018
— Carmen Phillips (@carmencitaloves) February 16, 2018
They wore T-shirts that celebrated Black Panther and Wakanda, wore traditional dresses, shirts, and pants that paid tribute to their heritage, and dressed up like King T’Challa, Princess Shuri, and the Dora Milaje.
— #Cocoonbae (@Caroeflav) February 16, 2018
— Thotweiler (@Studio_Iko) February 16, 2018
Getting excited about our #BlackPanther @_MeetTheCritics #BlackPantherLive event on @colourfulradio tonight #Live at 7pm & came across this inspirational #photograph #WakandaForever @letitiawright pic.twitter.com/XeFm8pHRw4
— A Londoner's London (@LondonersLondon) February 16, 2018
— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) February 16, 2018
#WhatBlackPantherMeansToMe being able to see a princess that LOOKS like me and is smart, strong, brave, pretty and silly like me. Can’t wait to share this movie with #FlintKids #blackpanther #WakandaForever pic.twitter.com/q1v3setVOH
— Mari Copeny (@LittleMissFlint) February 16, 2018
— Ayōna (@ayoduncs) February 15, 2018
— Black Bill Gates (@_CasuallyMe) February 16, 2018
One fan took inspiration from Coming to America’s royal family for his Black Panther premiere cosplay.
— Craig Hill (@CraigHill2017) February 16, 2018
— Natalie Abrams (@NatalieAbrams) February 16, 2018
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.