Black Panther Reviews: Best Villain, Best MCU Movie Yet

Black Panther Reviews: Best Villain, Best MCU Movie Yet

Black Panther Reviews: Best Villain, Best MCU Movie Yet

The invitations to the premiere had a simple request for those attending: "Royal attire requested", and those attending were happy to oblige. The purple carpet was brimming with melanin, vibrant hues, colorful jewels, intricate patterns, and all around flyness. It may be a good movie, but more importantly, it may also be a movie that changes the game.

"Black Panther is the best MCU movie ever".

While some industry sceptics have repeatedly warned that "superhero fatigue" will soon plague the multiplex, The Black Panther is striking some viewers as an invigorating shot in the arm to superhero cinema - at least rivalling the cultural moment that WB/DC's Wonder Woman became previous year. Might there be a surprise appearance from another Avenger to set something up? The TV spot presents the Lexus LS 500 F Sport as the only vehicle powerful and luxurious enough to escort and keep pace with the Black Panther. Unfortunately, all we know for now is how many post-credits scenes are attached to Black Panther. But while Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Spider-Man, and their colleagues have always exemplified ideals when it comes character, intellect, physical strength, etc., Marvel's movie heroes so far haven't represented the best of all of us.

Glover was apparently so pumped about the movie he forgot the doesn't tweet because his tweet has since been deleted.

And the praise just keeps coming.

Hill made news recently when she announced she is leaving "SportsCenter" in order to return to reporting, writing, and commentary with ESPN's The Undefeated.

Singer Jill Scott wasn't holding back, saying the movie had surpassed Star Wars.

Even the critics in attendance came away impressed.

We can only hope this means the beginning of awesome new things for Marvel and inclusivity in superhero movies. However, lead star Chadwick Boseman recently revealed that he hopes to join a few of them by sneaking into a screening with regular audiences during an interview on Jimmy Kimmell Live! "My feelings are real hurt that I didn't get an invite to the Black Panther premiere", Gay wrote on Twitter, adding "I'm still thrilled about the movie and can't wait to see it".

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