Scores of potential “Black Panther” fans left a Towson theater angry and disappointed Thursday night, after multiple screenings of the much-anticipated movie were canceled because of what they were told were technical problems.
Several planned opening-night screenings of the movie were canceled at the Cinemark Towson movie theaters on Joppa Road, moviegoers said. Disappointed fans were offered passes for future screenings.
“There was a lot of cussing. From myself and others,” Jeanine Carter, a 33-year-old paralegal living in Rosedale, wrote in an email.
Her brother had bought the tickets on Tuesday, and when he asked her if she was interested in going, her response,...