"The UN Secretary-General met with Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness the Saudi Crown Prince".
The Hollywood blockbuster will play at a private screening in Riyadh, before they open to the public in May.
In related news, at the Euromoney Saudi Arabia Conference that will run from 2-3 May 2018, Saudi Arabia's on-going efforts to create a vibrant entertainment sector, will be discussed.
"We made a proposal to the (previous US) Obama administration that if the US were to send forces... then Saudi Arabia would consider along with other countries sending forces as part of this contingent", he said.
It's not clear whether "Black Panther" will undergo a similar censorship for Wednesday's screening, which will be attended by diplomats, industry insiders, the press and the CEO of AMC Entertainment, Adam Aron.
The crown prince, 32, has already eased many restrictions in the last two years, including on public concerts, women driving and gender mixing.
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The Public Investment Fund (PIF) announced earlier this month that the wholly-owned Development and Investment Entertainment Company has signed an agreement with United States giant AMC Entertainment to manage its cinemas in Saudi Arabia.
Yet Saudis have been avid consumers of Western media and culture.
Abdullah Al Dawood, Chairman of DIEC, said: "DIEC is very proud to launch the first public cinema in Saudi Arabia in partnership with AMC and do so in such an iconic location".
In 2017, the government said it would lift the ban as part of ambitious economic and social reforms that include retaining money that Saudis now spend on entertainment in trips to Dubai, Bahrain and elsewhere.
To serve a population of more than 32 million, most of whom are under the age of 30, authorities plan to set up around 350 cinemas with over 2,500 screens by 2030, which they hope will attract almost $1 billion in annual ticket sales.
Others expressed confusion at what they consider a government flip-flop, with one tweeting on Wednesday: "Remember you will stand in front of God. and you will bear the sins of all those who watched the movies". Initial screenings are likely to be for families, with occasional ones for bachelors. Some also view cinema and acting, as a form of dissembling, as inconsistent with Islam. The theater will show the superhero film of Marvel and Walt Disney Studios, with 620 seats and it is said this is part of a plan of modernization boosted by the kingdom.