It has often been said that Hollywood movies can not be made with black leads because they do not perform well overseas. And it's tracking to hit the $1 billion global box office milestone by the end of this weekend. What if an African country was never conquered or colonized by Europeans, but also had the means - vibranium, the substance from which Captain America's shield is made - to make itself into a techological powerhouse?
The Ryan Coogler-directed film checks in behind only "The Dark Knight Rises" ($448 million in 2012), "Avengers: Age of Ultron" ($458 million in 2015), "The Dark Knight" ($534 million in 2008) and "The Avengers" ($623 million in 2013). In fact, none of the "Star Wars" movies have broken the $100 million mark in China since "The Force Awakens" ($124.1 million).
"Nothing specific to reveal, other than to say we absolutely will do that", Feige told Entertainment Weekly of the sequel. So we'll just have to be patient. I'm not saying we're doing that, but I'm saying that we're intrigued by them.
The designs shared by Jerad show a much more armored version of Black Panther. During an interview at the Governors Ball Oscars after-party, Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan said that that Black Panther 2 might receive a nomination for Best Picture at 2019's Academy Awards. "I think that's why Korean people don't have a very good perception of black people". My first friend was...
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Moving along, Black Panther shone in many other aspects as well. Ramonda (Angela Bassett) adds dignity and sly humor as T'Challa's mother, and Martin Freeman's Everett Ross realizes that the concept of the advanced Western world is a myth.
If you have not seen "Black Panther", do so. I think Shuri is fantastic, and you will see so much more in our universe. "You just don't know yet".
At this rate, Black Panther is well on its way to being North America's biggest comic book movie ever, and the biggest solo superhero flick ever worldwide. Could any of our favourite Black Panther characters get their own standalone stories?
The plan to push forward with Black Panther, even before the film went on to gross $500 million (£360m) domestic and counting, is also why sequels were already being considered.