You Should Read Ryan Coogler's Heartfelt Letter To BLACK PANTHER Fans

You Should Read Ryan Coogler's Heartfelt Letter To BLACK PANTHER Fans

Ryan Coogler, who is now basking in the success of "Black Panther", penned a letter to thank fans for their support. It hit United Kingdom cinemas on February 12, subsequently smashing box office records. He is also the current writer of the Black Panther comic book series published by Marvel Comics, perhaps not so coincidentally enough.

Coogler previously revealed Glover, who received a thank-you credit in Black Panther along with younger brother Stephen, assisted him with the script. "Donald and Stephen actually gave me notes on a draft", he told Collider. Black Panther isn't half bad.

After the death of his father, T'Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda to take his rightful place as king.

Though Marvel Studios, after 17 films and a decade in the business understand what makes a superhero film work, the response to Black Panther is stronger than the studio anticipated. Merritt She says she wants students to see black movie characters in a new light.

Most of us-and by us I mean Black people as a whole-spent Black Panther's opening weekend getting life out of seeing ourselves in a film where we made up nearly the entire cast and weren't slaves, gang members or prostitutes while celebrating our collective kinship as descendants of Black Panther's fictional African country Wakanda.

The other standout is Letitia Wright's Shuri -T'Challa's younger sister- who possesses such a childish glee that it's hard not to become wrapped up in it, and her chemistry with Boseman is just wonderful.

Black Panther may be the eighteenth film in the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, yet its arrival utterly rejuvenates the franchise.

Additionally, Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) will join Dede Gardner and Jeremy Keliner in sharing the director's chair with Coogler, while New Regency will finance the project.

"Michael B. Jordan was great as Killmonger".

It felt good to see people who looked like me, brown people, being portrayed as heroines and heroes, wise people and scientists, and not slaves and being oppressed somehow, as is normally the narrative surrounding black people. The revolution behind taking every marginalized identity in typical films and making them the center of Black Panther is what allows this film to annihilate its competition.

Black Panther is necessary.



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