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  1. WAKANDA FTW: 'Black Panther' just broke a handful of records at the box office thanks to its seismic opening weekend.
  2. Kanye West introduced Kid Cudi before a set in Los Angeles on February 17, and the two performed "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" for the surprised crowd.
  3. Justin Bieber pledges his support for March For Our Lives, an organized demonstration to call for gun control on March 24: 'I stand with you guys.'
  4. Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, and more Marvel heroes showed their support for 'Black Panther' on social media throughout its opening weekend.
  5. Millie Bobby Brown took a break from her own busy schedule to wish her 'personal favorite' Ed Sheeran a happy 27th birthday.
  6. Quavo took home the MVP trophy at the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game, and Offset and Takeoff of Migos were there to show their support.
  7. Michael B. Jordan has nothing but praise for Kendrick Lamar, the man behind the music of 'Black Panther': 'His message and what he brings to the table and who Kendrick is, is the essence of what a Black Panther is.'
  8. Justin Bieber had some "dorky" words for his teammate, Caleb McLaughlin of 'Stranger Things,' in the moments leading up to the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game on February 16.
  9. 'Black Panther' is already breaking February records at the box office with its projected $200 million opening — and it's coming really close to 'The Avengers' $207 million record, too.
  10. Brie Larson, Serena Williams, Octavia Spencer, and more celebs have donated to 'Black Panther' causes, helping kids around the country see the movie opening weekend.