As Marvel's latest superhero movie "Black Panther" draws praise and rakes in millions of dollars at the box office, Twitter trolls have emerged across the country attempting to stoke racial division by spreading false reports about the film's largely black fans.
Documentary delves into historically black colleges and universities, shows they have been about more than learning what's in books and have been driving forces for African-American economic and political advancement.
"Black Panther," the latest superhero blockbuster from Marvel Studios, grossed a massive $25.2 million in ticket sales from domestic Thursday preview shows in the U.S. and Canada to set a February record, according to studio estimates.
There's a scene in "Black Panther" – director Ryan Coogler's breathlessly awaited Marvel Comics adaptation that promises to smash box-office records after opening this weekend – in which a bad guy busy raining fire from the passenger seat of a getaway car commands his driver to turn on some music.
'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman, 'Girls Trip' breakout Tiffany Haddish, 'Lady Bird' author Greta Gerwig and 'The Big Sick' co-writer and actor Kumail Nanjiani are set to appear at the 90th annual Academy Awards.