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Creed director Ryan Cooler is the most recent contender to helm Black Panther, and while that didn’t pan out, he does believe that it’s 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. Here’s what Falcon actor Anthony Mackie thinks about that.
We won’t 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 T’Challa’s 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 we’d 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 what’s 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.
Despite the fact that there has been a great deal of talk about who will direct Black Panther, Marvel is holding off of hiring anyone, and they have a very good reason.
If the Marvel One-Shots eventually return, here are the characters we think would benefit from their own short film, both established and yet to be introduced in the MCU.
A divide is growing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We first saw hints of it in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but by the time May rolls around next year, the comic book movie world will be in full blown Civil War – with Iron Man and Captain America individually leading the two sides.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron was filled to the brim with teases and hints to future Marvel movies, including Black Panther. As it turns out, however, there was one Easter egg in the film that needed a closer look.
A major character character will reportedly meet their end in Captain America: Civil War, and if this rumor is true, it will be a major blow to one of the film’s primary players.
Selma’s Ava DuVernay may have passed on directing Black Panther, but now there’s a new candidate that may be in the running to helm the King of Wakanda's first solo adventure.
Marvel’s Black Panther is still looking for a dynamite director to steer the ship, and that person was almost Ava DuVernay. Though she ultimately passed on the film, she came close to signing on.
So far, we’ve seen comics for The Astonishing Ant-Man, a new Doctor Strange, and a new Captain Marvel. But what does the future of the Black Panther comic look like?
Chadwick Boseman was announced in the coveted superhero role, but little is known about when and how we’ll first encounter Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War. Thankfully, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is here to shed some light on the matter.
In a day when even the slightest whiff of a casting rumor is blasted all across the internet, Marvel managed to keep Chadwick Boseman's role as Black Panther a secret, and it turns out it wasn't all that hard.
It looks like Marvel is going to have to continue the search for a director for their upcoming Black Panther as Selma director Ava DuVernay has passed on the job.
He will be an inexperienced hero, though one who is responding to actions that occurred in Avengers: Age of Ultron. As you may recall, during the scenes with Andy Serkis, Ultron acquires a large shipment of vibranium – the chief export of the fictional kingdom of Wakanda. This land is highly evolved, but has remained in seclusion from the outside world.
To this point, there has been a certain uniformity in the director choices that Marvel Studios has made for their feature films.In the near future that may change in a big way, however.
According to a new report, Marvel has hired Selma director Ava DuVernay to helm their upcoming adaptation of Black Panther.