Black Panther Screening Brings Out Atlanta Best and Best of Atlanta

Atl pre screening of Black Panther

First, let me clarify. The movie Black Panther @BLACKPANTHER is not about the revolutionary group that help bring about and instill African-American pride and worth. It is however, a revolutionary film that will instill a sense of pride in the African-American community because now We have heroes of substance that look like us. However, this story is not about the film as much as it is about the heroes in our community who are inspired to uplift and give hope that we are surrounded by everyday heroes.

For instance, T.I. @TIP led the initiative by sponsoring 300 tickets for young African-Americans to see the film for free. The pre-screening was attended by many names in Atlanta’s entertainment, politics, music and community in general, all to support the acknowledgement that Black Panther has arrived and it is a phenomenal vehicle on all counts. Spotted in the crowd were Tye White @WEWANTTYEWHITE, Demetria McKinney @DEMETRIA4REAL, Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms @KEISHABOTTOMS, Headkrack @HEADKRACK, DJ Fadelf @DJFADELF, Egypt Sherrod @EGYPTSHERROD, Cocoa Brown @COCOABROWNNONEFUNNYMOMMA, Ms. Juicy Baby @MSJUICYRSMS, Stalley @STALLEY, Domani Harris @DOMANIHARRIS1 and Messiah Harris @PHASE_4. Most came with their children but all having a positive reaction as this was the best Marvel super hero film they’ve seen in a long time.

Yes, this is the event of the year, something you can bring the entire family to enjoy. You might want to see it 2 or 3 times as an after effect, but it will be worth the experience.

Only you get to decide what kind of King you are going to be.”

Long live The King!

  • Joseph Walker, III
Skip to toolbar