To celebrate the theatrical release of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, in cinemas starting today, SM Cinema gives Marvel fans a sneak peek into the kingdom of the Black Panther, Wakanda. Visitors can check out an immersive experience, “The Secrets of Wakanda” in select SM malls.
Step into “The Secrets of Wakanda” and be welcomed by the entrance arch, signaling the crossover into Wakanda.
A few more steps in and fans will get a glimpse of the mystical metal Vibranium in the Vibranium cave. The controversial mineral, which is also contained in Captain America’s shield, has allowed Wakanda to take huge steps in technology, making the kingdom a target for enemies who envy its Vibranium resources. Wakanda is fiercely protected by the Black Panther and the Warriors of Wakanda. Visitors can check out a gallery inspired by the soldiers’ traditional yet hi-tech outfits.
Cap off your tour of Wakanda by paying tribute to their leader, T’Challa, more known as the Black Panther. Fans will get the chance to take photos with a life-sized figurine of the Black Panther.
“The Secrets of Wakanda” arrived at the SM Mall of Asia on Jan. 26 and traveled to SM East Ortigas on Feb. 8, and then it will make an appearance at SM City Fairview on Feb. 22, and SM City San Lazaro on March 8. There will also be retail areas for fans to purchase Wakanda-inspired apparel.
To make your Marvel movie experience more exciting, SM Cinema gives away a free popcorn treat when you buy your tickets online. Free popcorn can be availed by the first 1000 people per day from today until Feb. 16 and valid in SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA and SM Megamall.
Tickets can be booked through the new website, www.smcinema.com or for an even more convenient experience, get the SM Cinema app and win tickets to the advance movie screening. Stay tuned to /SMCinema on Facebook and @SM_Cinema on Instagram for more information.
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