We’re basically just throwing ourselves on all things Black Panther until this dang movie comes out. Now, there’s one more way to do that that also allows us to lend a helping hand to those experiencing hunger in the U.S. Check out this awesome new Black Panther collection from Box Lunch, a philanthropic retail brand rooted in pop-culture product, with a cause to help end domestic hunger. For every $10 spent online or in-stores, a healthy meal is donated to a person in need through their partnership with Feeding America.
Now, Box Lunch has partnered with Marvel to offer an awesome collection featuring Black Panther collectibles, apparel, and accessories. The men’s apparel and accessories are exclusive to Box Lunch, while the women’s apparel is provided through Marvel’s existing partnership with Her Universe. And, as I’m sure you’re interested in what those female-friendly options are, here are a couple of pics to pique your interest:
With any luck, you’ll get your apparel in time to wear it to the theater when you go see Black Panther later this month!
- The Congressional Black Caucus is not having Trump talking about black unemployment. Not at all. (via Huffington Post)
- Charlie Walk, arguably the least well-known judge on Fox’s The Four, calls the sexual harassment allegations against him “false.” We kinda call bullshit. (via Deadline Hollywood)
- Hey, did you know that Chris Pine, a.k.a. Captain Kirk, still has a flip phone? ‘Cause he does. Maybe playing with communicators in the Star Trek movies got to him. (via LaineyGossip.com)
- We love it when late-night comedy gets political. Jimmy Kimmel brought together a family that supports Trump face-to-face with a DACA family. (via Uproxx)
- Four female, British comedians have formed their own production company called Double Yay Productions in an effort to level the entertainment industry playing field in the UK. (via Deadline Hollywood)
What have you seen out there today?
(featured image: Box Lunch)
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