The sequel wouldn't expectedly be in production for at least three or four years as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has a set calendar for its releases for up to 2020. It tells the story of the new king, T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), who is challenged by rival factions. Such is the presence. The two films are much closer if you judge based on Rotten Tomatoes, where "Iron Man" was 94% fresh, but in this case MetaCritic is a more useful measure: RT uses a pass/fail metric, while MC is more nuanced in measuring the degrees of like and dislike.
The film could not have come at a better time. "Relating to characters onscreen is necessary not merely for us to feel seen and understood, but also for others who need to see and understand us". You can be a little loose and have a little more fun. - Jordan said he's down for the ride, wherever it leads. He also expressed a desire to have director Ryan Coogler back, if they do make the sequel.
The #BlackPantherChallenge, in which people step forward to help underserved communities and children see the biggest movie of the year, started with Frederick Joseph.
Black Panther earned an wonderful $25.5 million from domestic Thursday night previews, which is almost double the $12.7 million record for a February preview night, set in 2016 by Twentieth Century Fox's lewd and crude Deadpool.
"We're here to celebrate together", Tori Darensburg said.
The two young men chose to go the theater as one tall man under a trench coat, but unsurprisingly, their plan didn't work. It ended up doing what it did at Sundance and Cannes, so we raised the bar and did Creed.
"It's a great film to break down these negative images of African-Americans and break down those racial stereotypes", T.J. Legacy-Cole said.