BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Black Panther has yet to announce any of its characters outside of (of course) Chadwick Boseman reprising T’Challa. Now a casting call list has made its way online, and among the folks mentioned are two familiar faces from the MCU.
Don't get too excited, because it seems that one major Black Panther casting rumor seems to have been shot down.
John Boyega is keeping busy right now with the Star Wars movies, but his adventures in a galaxy far, far away may not be the only major franchise he gets to participate in. There are now rumblings that he could be in talks to join a Marvel movie.
Now that T’Challa has been introduced in Captain America: Civil War, fans are looking forward to seeing him on his action in Black Panther. Here’s one step the movie will take to make the story feel more authentic.
Generally speaking, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a stellar job creating a shared continuity for dozens of characters to share. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for improvement.
Creating a movie within the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a unique endeavor. While each movie is made no differently than any other, they also have to fit within the greater universe that the previous films have created.
Could Bucky wind up seeing some action in the Black Panther film? Read on to see what the word on the street is, and why this may or ma not be a good idea.
In Avengers 3 everything we’ve seen so far in the comic book movie world has been building towards an epic big screen battle against the alien warlord known as Thanos. It's called the Infinity War and Marvel will split it into two parts.
SPOILER WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Captain America: Civil War. If you have not yet seen the film, you may want to stay away from this Hero Blend episode, and check out another one of our wonderful articles.
Black Panther is already looking to have some great talent behind it, and Ryan Coogler has brought in his frequent collaborator Michael B. Jordan into the upcoming super hero epic.
Yesterday it was reported that The Jungle Book’s Lupita Nyong'o is in talks to join Black Panther. Here are the top 5 candidates we think she might play in the February 2018 blockbuster.
Despite the Marvel divide between Marvel Studios and 20th Century Fox, that can’t stop people from imagining movies featuring both sides in the same world, and this star wants to see two particular heroes unite on the big screen.
What the ending of Captain America: Civil War means for all of your favorite Marvel heroes going forward in the MCU.
The world of Black Panther is ready for the viewing public to explore, and thanks to Captain America: Civil War, the foundation has been laid. Read on to find out how the mid-credits scene of Cap's latest adventure has helped develop T'Challa's character.
Now that Black Panther is less than two years from release, it was expected that casting information would start to come out, and today brings news that Lupita Nyong’o might join in this role.
The ending of Captain America: Civil War resulted in a major shift for the Avengers, and not just with the two sides battling each other. Warning: major spoilers are ahead!
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains spoilers about the end of Captain America: Civil War, particularly the events of the movie’s mid-credits sequence. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, and don’t wish to know any details before hand, please click away to another one of our wonderful articles!
Marvel have just released a very handy video to help out those of you that don't know anything about Black Panther.
What African language does Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther speak in Captain America: Civil War? Have a click inside to find out.
After decades of playing an important role in the history of Marvel Comics, Black Panther is finally getting his day on the big screen. Captain America: Civil War marks the character’s first live-action adaptation, and as part of the unfolding Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he will soon be at the center of his very own solo movie.