Disney Donates To Baltimore STEM Center In Celebration Of 'Black Panther'

Rachel Morrison

Disney Donates To Baltimore STEM Center In Celebration Of 'Black Panther'

Black Panther has all the ingredients to command attention and beautifully represent the African Diaspora.

After the events of Captain America: Civil War, King T'Challa returnsohome to the reclusive, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to serve as his country's new leader. Given that Lamar helped craft the stellar soundtrack - and with Black Panther topping the Billboard Top 200 - we could easily see him return too.

"I felt a connection because they're my people", Boamah, a senior studying communications and marketing, said. Since the film's release, one does not have to look far on social media to find countless pictures and videos demonstrating the impact this movie had on audiences.

After Black Panther's second weekend in theaters, it has grossed more than $704 million in the global box office.

The donation will be made in order to support "the high-tech skills that were a major theme in the plot of Black Panther and are essential in helping youth succeed, " the company stated.

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The final post-credits scene for Black Panther featured an appearance by Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes / The Winter Soldier, who was recovering from HYDRA's brainwashing with help from Shuri. In Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), Black Panther gave the MCU arguably its best villain yet. It had a lot of action, excellent visual effects, and interesting characters. That level of complexity in his character is one of the things that took this movie to the next level.

"Marvel Studios' Black Panther is a masterpiece of movie-making and has become an instant cultural phenomenon, sparking discussion, inspiring people young and old, and breaking down age-old industry myths", Disney CEO Bob Iger said via a statement.

As an avid movie watcher, I do enjoy seeing people of color as the lead, because it is more relatable.

Overall, I was really in awe and impressed by this movie. Shuri (Letitia Wright), for instance, needs a much bigger role. "At this time and place right now, in this society we're in right now, I think it was like flawless timing."James actually compared the timing of the movie to Larry Bird and Magic Johnson entering the National Basketball Association together, lifting the league to new heights after floundering for quite some time".

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