With Captain America 'Civil War' To Start Filming in 2 Weeks We Will Finally See Chadwick Boseman As The Black Panther In Action.
This is my end, or rather MID-credit scene suggestion for Avengers: Age of Ultron involving Black Panther. This will be the first in a mini series of pitches.
So, GliderMan and TChalla have engaged in what I'm officially terming an article-off. What do I make of the whole ordeal? Obviously you give a damn, so hit the jump and find out, eh?
Recently, I've posted an article about about Marvel's upcoming film Black Panther that caused quite a stir here a CBM! Hit the jump to see T'Challa's responses to GliderMan and the rest of the CBM community!
Earlier today, fellow CBM user TChalla posted an article expressing his concerns for Black Panther's relevancy in the MCU. Hit the jump for why we can lay these concerns to rest!
Fans have been wanting a Black Panther film for ages and now we are finally getting one! There's a release date, concept art, and the King of Wakanda has been cast! Marvel isn't making this film just to please us fans though right? Hit the jump to check out my concerns!
There were a few shake-ups among the release dates of Phase 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies when Spider-Man entered the fray – let’s take a look at the current state of things with this infographic
With a black female protagonist, very reminiscent of Ororo Munroe/Storm, and an African theme, Oya: Rise of the Orisa will not only help the long wait for the Black Panther film, but also make you more excite for it. Hit the jump to watch the entire short film!
Black Panther originally was supposed to come out on November 3, 2017 but now it is coming out July 6, 2018... exactly one week before Fox's untitled Marvel film
Lurking around the depths of the internet, new pieces of Black Panther concept art was found! According to the illustrator, it's legit and he's waiting for the okay from Marvel to release the full image. Hit the jump to check it out!
The news that Black Panther will finally get his own movie was exciting enough last year, but the fact that we'll get to see Chadwick Boseman even sooner than that in Captain America: Civil War is even better! Hit the jump for his comments on how his take on T'Challa is coming together...
Chadwick Boseman is playing T'Challa aka Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but who will play his father, T'Chaka? Lance Reddick (Fringe, The Wire) says T'Chaka would be a dream role, along with Martian Manhunter.
The second Avengers: Age of Ultron may contain heavy hints at the presence of Wakanda and the Black Panther in Joss Whedon's second "Group Hug" outing. Did you spot them all?
Black Panther cast Chadwick Boseman as it's official "Black Panther" and the release date is now official in November of 2017!
Enjoy Comic Book junkies, like me!
My thoughts on why The Black Panther movie could have an impact not just on movie theaters but the world!
A fan made title sequence for 2017's Black Panther starring Chadwick Boseman. Hit the jump and have a look.
The actor reveals one of the first things he thought about immediately following the announcement that he'd be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the Black Panther, and more. Check it out!
It's going to be 2 long years before we see Chadwick Boseman suit up as the Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War.. or will it? Boseman says a little something that might suggest he may show up in the MCU earlier than expected. Come check it out!
Though Captain America: Civil War doesn't start shooting until April, 'Black Panther' actor Chadwick Boseman says he's aware of general challenges, or commitments, but also that he's ready for them.
The Black Panther star says he has yet to try on his costume, and also discusses how he fell in love with the character, early rumors of his involvement, his first time meeting Iron Man., and much more!
Without going into great detail, Chadwick Boseman has discussed how he's currently preparing for his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Black Panther, and also how he celebrated the role.
The Man Who Forever Changed Superhero Movies Will Change Them Once Again Starting With The Black Panther.
"This King Will Rule The Marvel Movie Kingdom"
Here we have the first comments from Boseman since the surprise announcement that he'd be playing T'Challa last week. The actor describes the feeling of being on stage for the reaction, and also acknowledges Wesley Snipes as being the first black actor to lead a superhero franchise with Blade.