What Black Panther's Success Means for the Future of Movies

What Black Panther's Success Means for the Future of Movies

What Black Panther's Success Means for the Future of Movies

The film was brought in $426 million worldwide, and today the word comes down that "Black Panther" Tops Lifetime Gross Of Marvel, DC & X-Men Films.

Black Panther is now playing in theaters!

The movie stars Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa AKA Black Panther.

T'Challa finds hardship in his new role as king and struggles to act as both the country's king and greatest soldier.

Feige has even gone so far to say it is Marvel Studios" best film to date in an interview with ABC Nightline, "The movie finished, and I looked over at Ryan and said, "That's the best movie we've ever made'". This new superhero story from Marvel, which is also a stimuli to fuel the interest of fans for the upcoming film Avengers: Infinity War has become an unforgettable cinematic experience So, it is only expected that fans would go insane.

The magic of Black Panther has finally enveloped us. We're through the pre-hype, the preview think pieces and some killer red carpets at assorted premieres for the much-anticipated Ryan Coogler take on the Marvel comic.

Marvel's Black Panther opened as the most successful movie with a primarily non-white cast of all time, industry data showed Tuesday, raising hopes for a new era of storytelling by filmmakers and actors of colour.

The standalone film has mostly been applauded by critics and fans for its representation of black and African culture through the fictional world Wakanda. "His end was the same as draft one that it was in the film", said Coogler. We most likely won't see this story appear on the screen for a while now, but it is always something that could happen down the line.

"For years, the Black Panther has fought off invaders from his homeland, protecting Wakanda from everything from meddling governments to long-lost gods". But you can't have a Shuri movie without T'Challa and you can't have a Shuri movie without Ramonda and Nakia and the rest of the Dora Milaje and Okoye. "Black Panther" has left his mark on Hollywood and black culture in general, and it is refreshing to see a movie with a predominantly black cast flourish.

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