For Tony Ray, Black Panther is more than just a movie or comic, and dressing up as the titular character is something special: “I feel as if I am king of the great nation of Wakanda.” The cosplayer and activist (who goes by the name Everybody Loves Tony Ray) has designed and worn several looks inspired by T’Challa,…
Last year, we heard Disney had mandated that Agents of SHIELD be kept going on ABC, even though the network was considering canceling the show. This lends a bit of an ominous air to the show’s creators describing the fifth season’s finale as being written like it could be the series finale.
Black Panther has been a lively topic of conversation for a bit longer now than most Marvel movies manage to be, and in wider circles. It owes a lot of that to its thoughtful take on producing politically relevant themes and pushing discussions about the worldwide black experience. Now, one teacher in Chicago is using…
One of the more complicated and interesting questions on everyone’s mind immediately after the very first Black Panther trailer dropped focused on the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Wakandan accent—specifically about why various character’s accents seemed to be so different from one another. We now have an answer.
Amongst its other virtues, it’s impressive how cleanly and beautifully shot Black Panther’s fight scenes are. In a new video, director Ryan Coogler breaks down the work that went into one of the film’s best.
Rock the vote? Wakanda the vote.
The music for Black Panther is something else. A synthesis of big-budget film orchestration and African-inspired instrumentation, it’s as compelling a creation as the film itself. In this featurette, its composer shows the process that gave it birth.
Black Panther is now in theaters and set to have a record-breaking opening weekend. As Marvel fans everywhere gear up for a visit to Wakanda, Charles Pulliam-Moore is here to share his spoiler-free thoughts on what makes Black Panther such a great film, and how it’s a fantastic sign of what’s to come for the Marvel…
Call it Panther 101.
For a Marvel fan, the opportunity to play in the MCU sandbox must be a thrill. Think of all the characters yet to be introduced! Director Ryan Coogler recently revealed the one character he wished he could have included in Black Panther, and it’s a good one.
All hail the king. Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment have released the album they cultivated and produced for Black Panther, and it’s about to become your regular playlist for the next week, and then some.
Stephen Strange and weatherman Phil Connors have more in common than you’d expect.
Black Panther might not hit theaters until February 16, but fans eager for an early visit to Wakanda can soon check out the much-anticipated Kendrick Lamar-produced soundtrack album, which features some equally impressive artists.
The trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp, the sequel to Paul Rudd’s 2015 solo MCU debut, gives us a great look at Evangeline Lilly as the Wasp, as well as some hints about the baddies Scott and Hope will be facing. But let’s be honest, most of us are here for all the shit that gets bigger and smaller. So, here’s a…
The first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp is here, and I couldn’t be happier that Paul Rudd is sharing the spotlight with the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest smaller-than-life hero, Evangeline Lilly’s The Wasp.
And it is good to be king.
Kenneth Branagh, the Shakespearean director and actor who the world’s first introduction to the MCU’s Thor, has some insights into the pressures behind one of Marvel’s first cinematic universe films.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t handled its own timeline very well, and Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming somehow managed to convolute it even further. Now, Infinity War is on the horizon, bringing in more of the MCU characters together than ever before. But the timeline is nowhere close to being put on the right…
Talk about a missed opportunity. Emily VanCamp has revealed that there were talks to bring Sharon Carter, also known as Agent 13, into Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. And it’s too bad they didn’t, because that would’ve been awesome.
Guardians of the Galaxy auteur James Gunn is busy writing the third installment in his hit Marvel series, but he’s running into a bit of a roadblock. He’s thinking about retconning an established part of his universe for the next film. We’re pretty sure we know what he wants to change—and while it wouldn’t destroy…