We crunch the numbers on the amazing box office showing by Marvel Studios’ latest superhero movie to see if it can become one of the biggest domestic releases ever.
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A movie about a superhero could end up leading to enormous change in this country, and by extension the world, simply because it empowers people to get involved, many of whom have felt disenfranchised that their voice, and their vote, doesn’t really count,” writes Neil Turitz.
As T’Challa’s brainiac sister and his rival-turned-ally, these two actors practically steal the movie from their more famous co-stars. Get to know them beyond their characters, who are both slated to return in Avengers: Infinity War.
“If we’re using Jodie Foster’s metaphor, and Black Panther is part of the theme park that Hollywood has become, then it’s one of the best rides — the kind that leaves you wanting more,” writes Neil Turitz.
That Thursday opening puts it ahead of Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, which introduced Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther two years ago and could see it grossing more than $200 million over the holiday weekend.
“Simply put, Black Panther is a thrilling fantasy-adventure with a vivid new palette, a superhero film that manages to feel like it packs in about eight different types of modern blockbusters into one big sprawling introduction to a world that is so big that it feels like the screen’s barely able to hold it all,” writes Drew McWeeny.
Marvel Entertainment’s first movie of 2018 stars Chadwick Boseman as Wakandan King T’Challa who dons the traditional armor of the Black Panther to protect his people.
The behind the scenes featurette includes Kevin Feige detailing what makes the title hero such an exciting story, along with Chadwick Boseman, Ryan Coogler, and Stan Lee.
Chadwick Boseman plays the King of Wakanda in the latest look at Marvel Studios’ February 2018 release, directed by Ryan Coogler (Creed) and co-starring Martin Freeman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira and Daniel Kaluuya.
It’s finally here. Marvel has released the first trailer for Black Panther, the universe’s first black superhero to headline a film and judging by the initial footage, this film has the potential to be one of the best in the MCU.
We still a little ways to go before Marvel’s BLACK PANTHER hits theaters next February, but the hype is already building with the release of the official film poster and news that a trailer will be dropped during Game 4 of the NBA Finals tonight.
Marvel Studios has finally announced the full cast of Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther and not only are Martin Freeman and Andy Serkis confirmed to return as Everett Ross and Ulysses Klaw, respectively, but part of the movie will be filmed in South Korea.
One of Marvel’s most highly anticipated films, Black Panther, has added another big name to its roster. Sterling K. Brown has joined the cast as N’Jobu, a figure from T’Challa aka Black Panther’s past.
Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker has officially joined the all-star cast of Marvel’s Black Panther. Whitaker is set to join Chadwick Boseman, who stars as the titular superhero, in a role that has been kept under wraps.
Person of Interest alum Winston Duke has been tapped for Marvel’s forthcoming Black Panther movie starring Chadwick Boseman. Duke is set to play one of the movie’s key villains, M’Baku, who is also known as Man-Ape.
As a comic book fan, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is certainly aware of the heritage of the character and is genuinely determined to bring the best story that fans wants — and that includes an all-star cast.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of Lupita Nyong’o joining Chadwick Boseman for the Marvel movie, it has been announced that Michael B. Jordan has signed on to star in an unknown role.
Lupita Nyong’o is in discussions to join Marvel’s Black Panther. Nyong’o, who recently lent her voice to The Jungle Book, would star as the love interest to Chadwick Boseman’s titular superhero.
Marvel is looking to bring in Joe Robert Cole to write Black Panther. The film has set Chadwick Boseman as the titular character from fictional African nation Wakanda, who will first be seen in Captain America: Civil War. Cole previously wrote and directed 2011’s Amber Lake.
Everyone’s favorite superhero universe is getting a whole lot bigger.
The “Get On Up” star makes his way to Marvel.
Black Panther, you are now on the clock!