Octavia Spencer, who's not only planning to see the movie when it premieres on February 16, but is making sure that underserved communities have access to the historic film as well.
Slash Film's Peter Sciretta said: "Black Panther looks, feels and sounds unlike any Marvel film to date". The film, which has drawn almost unanimous rapturous early reactions, doesn't come out until the middle of the month, but the buzz is already huge for the tentpole.
"Black Panther" doesn't premiere until February 16, but the long-awaited Marvel comic film starring a black superhero, T'Challa, who becomes king of the African nation Wakanda following his father's death, has been getting rave reviews.
And Business Insider reporter, Jason Guerrasio, described the film "as the most spiritual Marvel movie yet!" The film is set for release on February 12th in the United Kingdom and on February 16th in the States.
The Help actress has disclosed her plans to buy out a MS cinema and offer screenings of Black Panther to those who can not afford it.
Notably, this isn't out of character for Spencer as she previously bought out screenings of Hidden Figures in low-income neighbourhoods in Los Angeles so that they could see the inspiring film, Entertainment Weekly reported previous year.
It's not the first such generous offer from Spencer, who made Oscar history by becoming the first African-American actress nominated multiple times after winning the award. She added that she will specify later where in that state, and when, the theater showing will take place.
Local rapper Reason has been flooded with congratulatory messages following the launch of the "Black Panther" soundtrack.