Marvel fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of "Black Panther" for months, and come Feb. 16, their elation will be met with two hours and 15 minutes of Marvel magic.
Theaters are already selling out for the film that centers around Black Panther, aka T'Challa, and his return to his African nation of Wakanda to reclaim his throne. "Black Panther" is making history as Marvel's first film depicting a black superhero. It's also broken the film studio's record for highest advanced ticket sales in 24 hours.
For Atlanta super fans looking to score free tickets to the potential blockbuster hit, you’re in luck.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is giving away tickets to 20 fans to view a special screening of “Black Panther.”
Here’s what to know about winning free tickets to “Black Panther”:
- Enter the contest here, and you could win the chance to see it at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 at Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 before its official premiere on Feb. 16.
- All you need is an email address to enter.
- Each lucky winner will receive two tickets to the special screening at Regal Atlantic Station.
- Seats are first come, first serve if you win the tickets.
The "Black Panther" contest is made possible through Urban News & Views, a partnership between the AJC and Kiss 104.1 FM, which launched in 2017. The media companies, both part of Cox Media Group-Atlanta, started the initiative to feature news and information focused on diverse culture and communities in metro Atlanta.
“Often the media is criticized for not fulfilling the promise of more coverage, and more accurate coverage, of ethnic communities,” said Monica Richardson, the AJC’s managing editor.
“Urban News & Views is aimed at fulfilling that promise. It doesn’t meet all the needs but it’s a fresh start, building off the strong news and entertainment foundation of the AJC and Kiss 104.1 brands.”
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