Black Panther reaction is in

Moore told ScreenRant, an online entertainment website that "Black Panther is" inherently linked because of "Civil War" connections and because of the Ultron connections with Klaue.

Advance ticket sales for Black Panther have been a hot item since they went on sale and numbers have already surpassed Marvel's Captain America: Civil War when it comes to Fandango pre-sale numbers.

Black Panther now has a User Anticipation Rating of 4.17 out of 5, making it the second most anticipated upcoming comic book movie among Users. Black Panter, after he returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to take his rightful place as king following the death of his father, the King of Wakanda. Sure Thor: Ragnarok and Spider-Man: Homecoming were amusing movies but they did not bring anything new to the superhero genre.

Black Panther - also starring Sterling K. Brown and Lupita Nyong'o - hits theaters on February 16.

Bold colors were clearly the name of the game, with Gurira (Okoye) donning a neon pink gown that featured a ruffled asymmetrical neckline, contrasting black bodice and a smattering of sequined embellishments.

"I think the argument can be made for #BlackPanther being the best Marvel film ever!" Black Panther arrives in theatres on Feb 16th. What it will definitely be is "a cultural touchstone event". When he needs to perform both the heroic role of Black Panther and the role of his country's greatest dignitary, he counts on the Lexus LS 500 F Sport to get the job done. But things go wrong and it leads to one of the most kinetic, thrilling fight sequences we've seen in a Marvel movie yet. "We're so used to seeing these comic-book heroes who are white dudes named Chris".

Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri, the main protagonist's sister.

"Black Panther is an iconic character who much of the world was unfamiliar with and the communities that I grew up in would love", Snipes said. "That in and of itself just speaks to how far we've come in terms of equal opportunity and representation in cinema".

  • Salvatore Jensen