Whatever the case may be, Black Panther is definitely a must see for die-hard Marvel fans or the action/sci-fi seeking movie goer. In an interview given to Entertainment Weekly, Kevin Feige said that he knew exactly where to go with the second part devoted to the adventures of the king of Wakanda.
First and foremost, Feige immediately stoked the Black Panther sequel flames by confirming that the studio will "absolutely" go ahead with a sequel.
He added, "One of the favorite pastimes at Marvel Studios is sitting around on a Part One and talking and dreaming about what we would do in a Part Two". As revealed in The Art of Black Panther, Marvel has envisioned the nation as the oldest civilization on Earth; it was founded a full 10,000 years ago by Bashenga, the first Black Panther.
It's only been showing "Star Wars" movies since the late 1990s, when the prequels were the first-ever "Star Wars" films shown in theaters (outside of piracy). The movie is already the second highest-grossing Marvel film domestically, with its $520 million haul in North America trailing only 2012's The Avengers, at $623 million domestically ($1.5 billion worldwide), according to Box Office Mojo.
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Online media outlet Asian Boss took to the streets to ask young South Koreans what they thought of "Black Panther", and their responses got pretty interesting. The character of T'Challa is anchored in the movie by an impressive supporting cast of great actors who bring even greater characters to life on-screen.
Although that's a no-brainer-Marvel would have a death wish to give up on Wakanda-we should be aware of Marvel's usual setup. But we are learning a bit more about the sequel from Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige. His mettle is tested when the dissident Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) begins to threaten his rule. "I think there's lots of potential", he said.
As for Danai Gurira's character Okoye, Feige says, "I think I'd watch three action films just Okoye". Feige explained. "All in on stuff we believe in, before the audience tells us what they think".