Black Panther: Fans In India React To Film's Representation Of Culture & More
- Author: Jermaine Castillo Feb 23, 2018,
Feb 23, 2018, 4:26
Black Panther is now playing in theaters. As part of Marvel's Fresh Start initiative, a new Black Panther ongoing series is coming this May and it's going to send T'Challa on an adventure far beyond the Earth.
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.
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Now that Black Panther is conquering movie theaters, Marvel Comics is going to set T'Challa on a path across the cosmos.
Logan's James Mangold may have strong feelings about the use of post-credit scenes, but since Nick Fury's appearance in 2008's Iron Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become synonymous in teasing what could come next. Despite this, Black Panther's Box Office numbers are not hurting in any way, and the film truly is entertaining and enjoyable. Black Panther could've easily used the U.N.as the finale, but returning to Oakland to see Wakanda's first outreach program gives fans more of an emotional attachment.
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Early film critics have called the film "unapologetically black" and that is exactly what it is.
It's legitimately awesome to see Coogler so moved by the outpouring of support Black Panther's received, and we wish nothing but the best for him in the future (although we really, really wish he were behind the camera for Creed II).
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Wonder Woman's smashing success proved the representation of women wasn't just a nice idea but also a smart business decision, earning more than $800 million worldwide. Applying lighthearted cultural references like Shuri (Letitia Wright)'s "What are those?" line and Killmonger's "Hey, auntie" greeting, the film doesn't shy away from references that only a portion of the audience would understand. Growing up in America, Killmonger repeatedly alludes to the injustices faced by black people within the country - a fact that T'Challa and company seem less than interested in empathizing with. I watched the film a couple of days ago and damn near got brought to tears. It's meaty, it's different, and it's ideal for new readers just coming to the world of T'Challa and Black Panther. And it was all founded in T'Challa's name even though he never knew about it until now.