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Objects from Marvel’s “Black Panther” will be coming to Washington, D.C., at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in a new exhibit celebrating the studio’s blockbuster movie.

The objects that will be on display in the museum include: the hero costume (vibranian!) worn by actor Chadwick Boseman; a shooting script signed by Ryan Coogler (co-writer; director), Kevin Feige (producer, president of Marvel Studios), Nate Moore (executive producer) and Joe Robert Cole (co-writer; producer); two pages of spec script; and 24 high-resolution production photographs.

“‘Black Panther’ illustrates the progression of blacks in film, an industry that in the past has overlooked blacks, or regulated them to flat, one-dimensional and marginalized figures,” a statement from the Smithsonian said. “The film, like the museum, provides a fuller story of black culture and identity.”

Plans for when and how the objects from “Black Panther” will be displayed are still under consideration, but be on the lookout.

Wakanda forever.

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