Here is the date Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will premiere in Disney+. The strategy that Disney gives to each film from the studio is two possible release windows. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever finally opens in theaters on Friday, November 11, 2022, giving audiences around the world the chance to see Wakanda go to war with Namor. Thanks to overwhelmingly positive reviews, the sequel is expected to be a huge box office hit and wildly popular. Nevertheless, Black Panther 2 will get another boost of interest when it finally premieres on Disney+.
Exactly how long it took for other MCU movies to hit Disney+
If you look at the habits of the Marvel Studios premiere dates on Disney+, you see some variations in the debut of Black Panther 2 streaming. The 62-day average mentioned above does not take into account black widowdue to its simultaneous release in theaters and streaming, nor to Spider-Man: No Way Home, which has not yet reached Disney +. The shortest timeframe for a Marvel movie coming to Disney+ is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which hit the streaming service just 47 days after its theatrical release. It’s kind of an anomaly compared to the other movies in the MCU Phase 4 and drives the mean down considerably as a result.
The rest of Marvel’s Phase 4 movies premiered on Disney+ at least 62 days after their theatrical release. Thor: Love and Thunder it was released exactly 62 days after its premiere on the big screen. Marvel waited 68 days to move Eternals to Disney+, while Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings it spent 70 days between its theatrical release and on Disney+. The strange thing is that there doesn’t seem to be any pattern to Disney’s decisions. Doc Strange 2 it’s the highest-grossing film of this group, and yet it was the one that received the shortest window, potentially costing the film the chance to become another billion-dollar Marvel movie.
What’s the earliest that ‘Black Panther 2’ could hit Disney+?
as soon as Black Panther 2 will premiere on Disney+ is 45 days after its theatrical release, as that is the minimum release window Disney has committed to for all of its theatrically released titles. This means that there is a possibility that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever premieres on Disney+ on December 26. It might make some sense for Marvel to move the movie to streaming over the holidays, as it would likely be a huge hit with families. In addition, it is possible that the box office of Black Panther 2 has been reduced by then due to the premiere of Avatar: The Water Sense.