In 2007, the East Bay Times profiled a 21-year-old Ryan Coogler, director of Creed and Black Panther. He graduated this year with honors from Sacramento State University. Next month, he begins a three-year master’s program at the University...Show More Summary
Don't get her wrong; she's not unhappy with her success, or the success of Ryan Coogler of Black Panther or Dee Rees of Mudbound, but she knows the tiny number of directors of color in Hollywood. "We kind of sit on the top of a broken system.... Until that system is fertile ground for […]
The blockbuster success of Marvel’s “Black Panther” figures to up the already in-demand status of director Ryan Coogler and his stars, many of whom continue their roles in “Avengers: Infinity War,” in theaters May 4. Here, we take a look at some of their upcoming projects: Coogler, whose trajectory,...
Ludwig Goransson says he scored a four hour cut of Black Panther before Ryan Coogler edited the movie.
Ryan Coogler wasn't able to return for Creed 2, which is being taken over by a new director.
Following the unprecedented success of his film Black Panther, director Ryan Coogler shared this sweet thank-you letter via the Marvel Studios Twitter account: https://twitter.com/marvelstudios/status/966115769388998656?s=11 The letter reads: I am struggling to find the words to express my gratitude at this moment, but I will try. Show More Summary
Check out the 1:52 mark for the discussion. Ryan Coogler, director of Black Panther, still finds time to play some games despite his busy schedule. Apparently he just got a Switch, and owns both Stardew Valley and Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Stardew Valley is taking up so much of his gaming time that he hasn't even played Zelda yet!
"I am struggling to find the words to express my gratitude at this moment, but I will try."Filmmaking is a team sport. And our team was made up [of] amazing people from all over the world who believed in this story. Deep down we all hoped that people would come to see a film about a fictional country...
Black Panther looks like almost no other Hollywood film, and not just because of its primarily black cast. Director Ryan Coogler’s inspired and heavily researched Afrofuturistic aesthetic furnishes his blockbuster with a visual vocabulary...Show More Summary
During a recent interview with Empire, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler and executive producer Nate Moore revealed how the former originally submitted the film to Marvel as a four-hour cut. The cut was then condensed to the two-hour feature that appeared on screen. The pair also opened up about one deleted scene in particular that they fought hard to […]
Black Panther is still enjoying an amazing amount of success on the heels of its opening weekend. Thus far, its taken in $426.8M worldwide, with its domestic gross already far outpacing even Avengers: Age of Ultron. Between that and its overall critical success (with Rotten Tomatoes naming it the highest reviewed film of all time), […]
Patty Jenkins sends out her congratulations to Black Panther director Ryan Coogler on the movie's astronomical success on opening weekend.
Director Ryan Coogler meticulously goes through the casino fight from Black Panther in a new video.
Here’s what we can tell so far from the phenomenal success of Marvel’s record-breaking new hit. “Never in a million years did we imagine that you would come out this strong,” director Ryan Coogler wrote in a letter thanking audiences for the astounding success of Black Panther. Read Full Story
The runaway success of "Black Panther" has yielded so many good things, far beyond a critically-acclaimed movie, a cast made up of black actors (and many of them women), and Michael B. Jordan doing push-ups. And for all the love theShow More Summary
Fans who stayed through the credits of Black Panther have been treated to a cool cameo, but that moment could have been handled in the main story. Director Ryan Coogler explains why it wasn't.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler recently opened up and explained how the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe offering nods at the original Iron Man.
Black Panther is a box office behemoth. In its four-day opening weekend, Black Panther shattered box office records, taking in $242 million domestically and $427 million worldwide. That’s the highest opening of all time for a film in February. Show More Summary
If there was ever a movie that perfectly embodied Black Excellence, it’s Black Panther. From visionary director Ryan Coogler to the insanely talented cast to the diverse crew to even the invisible hands that helped create the box office smash, the film is a landmark moment for blockbuster filmmaking. Show More Summary
On a marvelous episode of Vanity Fair series, For Notes on a Scene, Black Panther director and co-writer Ryan Coogler broke down an epic fight scene from the film featuring Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, and Chadwick Boseman. A Revolution is Coming to Wakanda in Marvel’s Thrilling New ‘Black Panther’ TrailerHomemade Remake of the Epic Fight...