'Black Panther' takes Marvel to a whole new level

Black Panther Proves Soundtracks Still Matter

Black Panther Proves Soundtracks Still Matter

Pulliam-Moore points to the fact that the comic version of the Black Panther had two of its female warriors come out as lesbians, and yet in the movie this didn't happen, writing...

Black Panther is the 18th film in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), and is the final release before Avengers: Infinity War in May, which will be the culmination of a decade of films and will feature over 60 recurring characters from the franchise.

Analysts expect it to rake in some $150 million at the North American box office on its opening weekend and the film-makers hope it will encourage studios to invest in more mainstream, racially diverse films.

According to Variety, Black Panther has already garnered five million tweets, making it the most tweeted-about movie of the year. They thought it was somewhat beneath my skill sets to be playing this comic book character.

"We're going to have an African backdrop", Martin explained.

If Nyong'o isn't the big sister you always wanted, then this cover may change your mind.

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"'Black Panther' is riding an incredible wave of momentum right now", Fandango editor Erik Davis told Variety. "How do we participate as citizens of the world?" "And I think when you finish watching the film, you will continue to have it - or I'll continue to have it". So that is one of the materials that Captain America's shield is made from, and the only place you can get it is from this African country that is very isolationist. Back when I was reporting in Ferguson after the Michael Brown death, I started seeing images of the black Captain America, that's being used by Marvel, being used in protests. We as storytellers in Hollywood need to be better about presenting different representations because it doesn't just feed the souls of the people who see themselves, but it also opens the rest of us up to different cultures in a way that I think is really instructional.