Back in January, Frederick Joseph started the Black Panther Challenge, a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for kids in Harlem to see Black Panther in the theaters. After raising over $40,000, Joseph encouraged other communities to do the same. Celebrities all over the country followed suit, renting out theaters and treating children to the powerful film about the iconic Marvel character—and the comic book world's first black superhero.

Black Panther has broken numerous box office records since its release on February 16, and it doesn't look like its losing any steam. With celebrities like Serena Williams, Kendrick Lamar and even King T'Challa himself, Chadwick Boseman, treating kids to free screenings of what may be the most inspiring film to come out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther has become so much more than a superhero movie.

Here's a look at all the celebrities who decided to pay it forward and take kids to free screenings of Black Panther.