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Ryan Coogler on why Black Panther is Marvel's most political film

15 February 2018

While Deadpool isn't part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is based on a character from Marvel comics of the same name. Last year, a scene which touched upon Valkryie's bisexuality was cut from Thor: Ragnarok, so this isn't exactly new for Marvel. "They can be a superhero".

Leading man and Black Panther co-star, Daniel Kaluuya, said he connected to British film Bullet Boy, which details the black experience in London, England. "We pulled from all of them", he said. She also added, "There's so many great things I could say about how Ryan developed these women characters and allowed us to collaborate - that I'm just - I feel really blessed about and excited". (Marvel fans may recognize this as the same metal used to make Captain America's shield.) T'challa, along with his family and warrior friends, must protect the vibranuim and their country's secret from forces that wish to take it away for weapons use across the world. Chadwick Boseman stars as T'Challa, who takes over as the king of Wakanda after his father is killed. The score is by Ludwig Göransson, while the cinematography is by freshly minted Oscar nominee Rachel Morrison. The add-on gives the game's Black Panther his new Vibranium Suit variant, too.

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Marvel has created a movie that has the ability to appeal to all audiences. So the character itself has a long history in comic books, going all the way back to 1966.

Marvel might even have an awards player here. "Just to have that opportunity to portray that image-me, a little Black girl from the Florida projects".

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The film, directed by Ryan Coogler, is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and has a star-studded cast full of black excellence. It's impossible to know how it'll do with the techs, but depending on how 2018 shakes out, there's a very real possibility that this is a below the line player next time around with Oscar. The discussion of relevant political themes, some good actions sequences and superb performances make Black Panther a must watch, apart from the fact that it is a visual treat.

"I was like, "Is this a Marvel movie?' Because this is deep, this goes places, you know, and I was so in awe of his courage to tell such a bold story and to do so without compromising on the 'Wow" factor", she said. With that in mind, predictions have been running high for the film's box office success, and so far that is proving to be accurate.

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Ryan Coogler on why Black Panther is Marvel's most political film