“Black Panther” isn’t on Netflix yet, but that will change in the coming weeks. The company announced on Twitter that the box office champion will be available for streaming soon.

“Black Panther” will be released on Netflix Tuesday, Sept. 4. Those who have been waiting months to see the film should know that new titles are typically added to the streaming service around 3 a.m. EDT/12 a.m. PDT.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe film follows T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) as he assumes his place as King of Wakanda after his father’s death. He has people who want to usurp him, but he also has a big choice to make. Should Wakanda stay hidden in the shadows, or should they reveal themselves to the world and use their advanced technology to help others?

The movie doesn’t serve as an origin story for T’Challa alone. It also properly introduces audiences to Wakanda and its citizens. Viewers fell in love with characters like Shuri (Letitia Wright), M’Baku (Winston Duke) and Okoye (Danai Gurira).

Critics adored the movie, as did fans. The film broke box office records. Its opening weekend alone was the largest opening weekend for February, Presidents Day weekend and winter in general. It had the largest Monday ever and February’s largest Thursday preview. The film went on to earn $1.3 billion at the box office, with $700 million of that coming just from the domestic box office.

Black Panther on Netflix
"Black Panther" will hit Netflix in September. Marvel Studios

The movie had serious staying power. Despite coming out on DVD and Blu-ray in May, theatergoers still went to see it on the big screen throughout the summer. According to Box Office Mojo, some U.S. theaters were showing it into August. It brought in over $90,000 from Aug. 3 to Aug. 9, its 25th week in theaters.

However, if fans want to see “Black Panther” in theaters again before the movie hits Netflix, they can. The entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, all 20 movies, will be shown in IMAX theaters back-to-back for Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Film Festival from Aug. 30 through Sept. 6. “Black Panther” will be shown in the late afternoon on Sept. 3, right between “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Those waiting to see how Black Panther and his beloved Wakanda fare in “Infinity War” will be waiting a while longer if they want to watch it on Netflix. Marvel movies typically hit Netflix roughly seven months after they’re in theaters. Don’t expect to see the fourth “Avengers” movie on Netflix before December, though Netflix has not confirmed the release date.