If Black Panther is your favorite MCU movie and you're planning to check it out, we hope that you have a Disney+ account as the Oscar-nominated Marvel movie has now left Netflix. This was inevitable since many of us expected all of the Marvel and Star Wars content to hit Disney's streaming service sooner or later, at least if they aren't owned by Sony. Yes, you can still watch the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is 100 times better than most of the MCU movies.
Chances are, Disney+ owners already know that Black Panther is on Disney+ since ComicBook.com says it's all over the front page. This isn't a surprise since Disney always puts their "New to Disney+" content front and center. MCU fans are this much closer to having all of the current movies available for a streaming party.
Fans are still waiting for Avengers: Infinity War and Ant-Man and The Wasp to hit the Disney+ streaming service so that they can have the perfect viewing party. We're sure some fans will be planning those parties soon so here's hoping these two movies come to the streaming service sooner rather than later.
Also, Black Panther is a pretty good superhero movie that actually has a well-done political message so watch it now to see what all the hype is about. Granted, the CGI sucks when it comes to the final few fights but we can't be too mad about that.
Black Panther is now available on Disney+, Blu-Ray, DVD, and other digital stores.