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Black Panther Ė still has a way to go before his first solo movie hits theaters in 2018. With such a historic event looming, those associated with Black Panther seem to have an acute understand of the film's importance
The Marvel Cinematic Universe was an experiment in film continuity that nobody had ever tried before. Several years later we can call it an official success with individual films in the franchise breaking the billion dollar mark. How much longer can it last?
Having gone through Black Pantherís almost 50-year history in the comics, weíve selected the five villains we think are the most plausible for TíChalla to battle in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Helming Black Panther for Marvel represents a significant step up in scope and scale for up and coming director Ryan Coogler, but for his part, he seems pretty damn stoked for the opportunity.
Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo recently said that the supporting Avengers will become the primary Avengers during the MCUís Phase 3. Here are the candidates we think will compose the new lineup of Earthís Mightiest Heroes.
This has been the rumor for some time, but the upcoming Marvel adventure Black Panther just officially hired a director, and it may be the perfect choice for the job.
While we know that Black Panther will be making his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as part of Captain America: Civil War ahead of his own film, exactly how much of him weíll be seeing in the former film has not been clear.
Although Black Panther is debuting next year in Captain America: Civil War, few details have been revealed about what his solo movie will be about. Now we have a better idea about what to expect.
2016 will see a major increase in the number of DC and Marvel characters appearing on the silver screen, that raises one question: which of these newcomers will truly steal the show?
As with most big Hollywood movies, we have heard a lot of names of potential directors for Marvel's Black Panther, but if one new report pans out, they may have their eye on an awesome choice.
Black Pantherís costume in Captain America: Civil War is going to give him a big advantage in battle thanks to it being infused with the rare metal vibranium.
When Captain America: Civil War kicks off next year, TíChalla, a.k.a. Black Panther, will have an axe to grind with Bucky Barnes, a.k.a. the Winter Soldier for this reason.
For about as long as we knew that Black Panther would be introduced in Captain America:Civil War weíve known he was going to be a pivotal character in the story. But exactly how he would fit into the existing universe was far from clear.
So now that we have our first look at scenes from next summerís Captain America: Civil War we have our first look at the newest member of the MCU, Black Panther.
Creed director Ryan Cooler is the most recent contender to helm Black Panther, and while that didnít pan out, he does believe that itís important that a black director be the one at the helm.
It was reported this past summer that Marvel is looking to hire a black director for Black Panther. Hereís what Falcon actor Anthony Mackie thinks about that.
We wonít even see Black Panther for the first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe until Captain America: Civil War, but the studio likes to plan ahead, and it looks like they may have their choice to direct TíChallaís first big screen solo adventure.
While it may be a while until Marvel announces what their movies in 2020 are, these are just some of the projects weíd like to see on the big screen for Phase Four.
Thanks to a new announcement from Marvel, take a look at the biggest changes we can expect from Phase Three starting in 2018 and even some hints about whatís in store after 2019.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the coming years. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years worth of Marvel Studios films, which encompass the remainder of Phase 2 and the officially announced Phase 3 lineup.