Next year's Captain America: Civil War will introduce us to the Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman). Now, some of you might be wondering why Kevin Feige picked this particular movie to debut the character, and he's finally opened up about the decision. Show More Summary
We've known for some time that Black Panther (played by Chadwick Boseman) would make his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in next summer's Captain America: Civil War. Boseman even took the stage with Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans at Marvel's massive Phase 3 announcement, cementing the deal. Show More Summary
Producer Kevin Feige reveals why Chadwick Boseman's 'Black Panther' is introduced in 'Captain America: Civil War', currently in production.
With press for Ant-Man in full swing, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has been dropping a lot of hints about the future of the MCU. In addition to clueing us in to Marvel and Sony’s plans for their Spider-Man reboot, Feige is also opening up about Black Panther, who will make his on-screen debut in Captain America: Civil War. Show More Summary
It’s no secret that Captain America: Civil War will be where Marvel introduces Black Panther / T’Challa as played by Chadwick Boseman. His appearance will be more than just a cameo, however. Marvel Studios Producer Kevin Feige outlined the character’s role while on a press junket for Ant-Man. Show More Summary
With Marvel’s Ant-Man hitting theaters soon, the studio kicked the publicity machine into high gear this past weekend with the Ant-Man junket. That means studio president Kevin Feige is out doing interviews, which means we have quite a few bits of new information about upcoming Marvel movies. Show More Summary
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talks about the introduction of Black Panther as played by Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther will act as "fresh eyes" in the "Captain America" sequel, according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige.
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By now, you've probably heard of Bree Newsome who took down the South Carolina confederate flag. Director Ava DuVernay, who we know has been in talks to direct Black Panther, referenced the rumors in a tweet praising Newsome.
Bobby Seale co-founded the Black Panther Party. The R&B star D’Angelo speaks out on racial injustice in his new album. The two met in Oakland, Calif.
Guest post by DMartyr Can you imagine the outrage if such rhetoric was used at a Tea Party rally? A... The post NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY Calls For Mass Killing Of White People With Bombs appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
This week's rumors that Selma director Ava DuVernay had signed on to direct a Black Panther movie were a bit premature (though talks apparently continue), but the excitement that surrounded the news confirmed one thing: People really...Show More Summary
The forgiveness and love that has been shown in Charleston since the despicable massacre that took nine lives has been nothing short of inspiring. So of course, the race hustlers
The former leader of the New Black Panther Party, Malik Shabazz, told a crowd in Charleston that it was time to “finish the mission” of killing “slave masters” and their
Today on PoetryNow David Tomas Martinez’s new poem “Us vs Them” brings us some Sputniks, the Black Panthers, both Nixon AND Reagan, with a healthy dose of Duck and Cover. The poem begins: My childhood was not an anxious place, though I lay in my bed, awake, thumbing my sheets like beads, wondering when […]
To this point, there has been a certain uniformity in the director choices that Marvel Studios has made for their feature films. From Jon Favreau to Joss Whedon to James Gunn to Peyton Reed, every single filmmaker behind one of the company's projects to this point has been a white man. Show More Summary
If you were hanging around the internet for even a few minutes the other day, then you undoubtedly saw reports that Selma director Ava DuVernay had been officially hired by Marvel to helm Black Panther. Those reports were unsubstantiated and unconfirmed by Marvel — little more than a rumor that was reported without a source to back it up. Show More Summary
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