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“Amazing” is the best word for me to portray Marvel’s Black Panther. The movie premiered at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on January 29, 2018 and needs no introduction, but if you haven’t heard about it, it is directed by Ryan Coogler and produced by Kevin Feige, David J. Grant.
Black Panther is an American comic book’s character and it is one of the best Marvel’s movies. Black Panther’s aggregate business in its first week was of $1.134 billion, which was the 15th largest all-time. After Avengers, Age of Ultron, Iron Man and Civil War, Black Panther tops box office records.
Black Panther’s real name in the movie is T’Challa King. He is the protector of the fictional African nation of Wakanda. He has a big heart and is the hero of the movie. Honor, love, power, community responsibility and real-life challenges are thematically shown in this hugely entertaining film.
After the death of his father (King of Wakanda), T’Challa reached his home to African nation Wakanda to be the legitimate king, but strong enemies stand in the way. T’Challa’s courage and vigilant war strategies defeat them.
Black Panther’s amazing cast and their great performances make the movie. Dora Milaje(warrior woman and body guard), Okoye (armed forces general), Wakandan, Mother Queen Ramonda, Nakia, W’kabi, Ayo and Princess Shuri are a few of the remarkable characters.
Black Panther is not the typical superhero movie: it shows Black heroes, both male and female, which has been all too rare till now. This makes it all the more interesting to the larger world which is more familiar with racial slurs against Black communities.