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Who This Is Us' Sterling K. Brown Plays In Black Panther

18 February 2018

Michael B. Jordan said in an interview that movie executives believed that movies with an African-American cast will not do well on the global market. She is a spy and a warrior who takes it on herself to bring about the justice that the world needs.

But will we see a whole movie about that? Once T'Challa is born, Hunter realizes that his chances of sitting on Wakanda's throne have just gone out the window, and a harsh jealousy for his little brother is born.

Organizers with the Rise Initiative say they will be setting aside some time ahead of Saturday's screening to also open up those conversations about diversity, representation, empowerment and following your dreams.

At a screening of Black Panther yesterday in Lekki, an upmarket district of Lagos, Nollywood stars mingled with TV personalities and locals.

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The cast and stunt team practiced with African drums played by musician Jabari Exum, so that their movements would have a musical quality found in many African-based martial arts. But this is just what Marvel needed at this stage in their industry-altering and blazingly ambitious series of interconnected movies...

"When I watched (Civil War), I was so excited", Coogler said.

To go up against Boseman's hero, Coogler cast his Creed and Fruitvale star Michael B. Jordan as villain Erik Killmonger.

It also doesn't hurt when you have Diddy as a hype man.

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One thing you can appreciate about "Black Panther" is that it's not overdone.

Today, the long anticipated movie "Black Panther" is being released. And it sounds like as the movie progresses, she'll transition into the classic colors we all know and love. Chadwick Boseman, whose skill set includes a comprehensive martial arts background, knew what he was in for when he and all the other actors had to attend a "boot camp" to prepare them for the physical aspects of their roles. "I think we just have a shared mission, a sense, a shared work ethic", said Gurira of Nyong'o.

"I think for a lot of people it's so nice to see so many black faces on screen and it's not something we see all the time and to see the audience responding to it the way they are is just a magical, lovely thing", Knighten said. And, as they dominate the screen in a movie rooted firmly in their own history and narratives, they provide an exhilarating, regal rebuke to the chronic absence and denigration of black bodies in American cinema.

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Who This Is Us' Sterling K. Brown Plays In Black Panther