The Mandalorian star Gina Carano had faced major backlash online when she posted some anti-mask and pro-Trump sentiments, but now it looks like another Disney
November 29 marks the birthday of Chadwick Boseman, and he would have turned 44 this year if he hadn’t passed back in August. To pay
Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan had just been crowned as People’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2020, and what better way to announce that he’s
It felt like the Black Panther franchise was only just beginning and a sequel was in the works before it was just reported that star
The world was shocked last weekend when news came out that Black Panther star Chadiwick Boseman had died, and it was revealed that he had
Spike Lee had gotten the attention of the Academy with his work on BlacKkKlansman, and now he’s teamed up with Netflix for a film set
It was no mystery that Black Panther was going to get a sequel, but with the film missing from the Phase 4 lineup, we should
Internet artist BossLogic isn’t really someone who comes up with scoops, but he was one of the first to talk about Robert Pattinson being in
Black Panther experienced overwhelming success when it release earlier this year. Not only did the movie rake in more than $1.3 billion at the worldwide
Let’s just start this off by saying we didn’t really know what to expect from Ant-Man and The Wasp, which honestly made it better. Was it as good as the first? That’s debatable. Best Marvel movie of the year? No, Infinity War still has that beat and rightfully so.
In what could be dubbed the “Most Vague Briefing EVER,” the press day for Avengers: Infinity War was filled with laughs and incomplete answers, making it one of the best briefings I’ve ever attended.
The Wakanda Forever salute is pretty simple, but incredibly effective and for Marvel’s Black Panther, it’s actually turned into a movement you wouldn’t expect. Athletes from different sports have now taken the Wakanda Forever Salute and started to use it to celebrate their own victories.
The women of MyFroggyStuff take a regular Tiana Doll and turn it into Shuri from Black Panther with incredible accuracy.
Marvel’s recent release, Black Panther, has arguably changed the landscape of comic book adaptations. Aside from being received well by viewers and critics, the movie currently holds an impressive 97% in aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, it has also tackled an issue that has yet to be touched upon by any other comic book film. In fact, in a review by The Verge’s Bryan Bishop, the movie is lauded to be Marvel’s best:
We were introduced to Martin Freeman’s Everett Ross in Captain America: Civil War, and he took on a more substantial role in this year’s Black Panther. As it turns out, Freeman is signed up to do more Marvel films, and he’ll be coming back to appear in future MCU installments.
Black Panther is currently blowing up in the box office, and Andy Serkis has proven himself as one of the more memorable MCU villains in the form of Ulysses Klaue. The movie revealed that Klaue actually had a penchant for music, and Andy Serkis weighs in on what his character actually likes to listen to when he’s not dealing weapons illegally.
Have you seen Black Panther yet? If not it’s one you should see, but considering the Thursday box office apparently brought in more than $25.2 million it will be more shocking to find someone who hasn’t see the film yet.
It looks like internet trolls and alt-right hate groups are set on their plan to make Black Panther look like a failure with the ratings on IMBd appearing to be their first stop.
Sometimes waiting is the hardest part when it comes to our love of seeing comic book heroes/heroines graduate to in-the-flesh both in film and TVI’m here to tell you that there is PLENTY of life in Marvel Studio’s eighteenth release known as Black Panther.
The Blade Trilogy culminated more than a decade ago. After 14 years, fans are still hoping that the series would produce one more movie and thanks to an interview with Wesley Snipes we learned that may still happen.