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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #480 on: April 04, 2017, 03:20:37 pm »
Fan-made poster:


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« Reply #481 on: April 04, 2017, 05:07:16 pm »
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That is badass.iy looks legit

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #482 on: April 14, 2017, 02:44:33 pm »
The movie can give BP fans wish-fulfillment as far as getting the kind of Panther that we currently do see in the comics. But if some one were to see the BP movie and saw the badassery of T'Challa, how would they feel if they  looked for BP comics and found Coates' unsatisfactory offering? I know I would be disappointed in finding a Black lead hero in a major movie reduced to a chump in his own book.

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #483 on: April 14, 2017, 08:39:53 pm »
Reggie Hudlin-
 "I think my Panther run traumatized a lot of folks with its explicit blackness.  But you can't win unless you commit to something."

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #484 on: April 17, 2017, 09:37:32 pm »
Stan Lee on why Black Panther is his most anticipated Marvel film


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYjPRosKR_A

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #485 on: April 17, 2017, 10:12:28 pm »
Stan Lee on why Black Panther is his most anticipated Marvel film


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYjPRosKR_A

In addition to Black Panther being my most anticipated comic book movie ever, Stan Lee's cameo in it might also be my most anticipated.

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #486 on: April 18, 2017, 09:17:57 am »
Marvel surprisingly showed off some test footage of BP at an event.


http://mashable.com/2017/04/18/black-panther-sneak-dora-milaje-marvel-movies/?utm_cid=hp-n-1#WyMiYGsktqqi

Seems like it was mostly of the DM and people were psyched.

Also this paragraph has me stoked about the production value...

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Not all of what we saw of the Dora Milaje combat — we also got to see them presiding over a kaleidoscopic yet solemn ceremony to crown a new, untested king. That scene was a distinct diversion from the film's palette: a bold, contrast-heavy black & white world punctuated with dabs of reds and golds. All the gravity afforded a royal saga is in the designs, including tech and architecture — jagged but fleet flying machines and glittering, steely spires — and it all fits the mood of majestic mystery.

"The story's just gonna be very honest and grim," director Ryan Coolger says in the sizzle. Nyong'o adds: "The main thrust is tradition vs. progress, and the issue of secrets."



ITS HAPPENING!!!

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #487 on: April 18, 2017, 09:26:24 am »
Marvel surprisingly showed off some test footage of BP at an event.


http://mashable.com/2017/04/18/black-panther-sneak-dora-milaje-marvel-movies/?utm_cid=hp-n-1#WyMiYGsktqqi

Seems like it was mostly of the DM and people were psyched.

Also this paragraph has me stoked about the production value...

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Not all of what we saw of the Dora Milaje combat — we also got to see them presiding over a kaleidoscopic yet solemn ceremony to crown a new, untested king. That scene was a distinct diversion from the film's palette: a bold, contrast-heavy black & white world punctuated with dabs of reds and golds. All the gravity afforded a royal saga is in the designs, including tech and architecture — jagged but fleet flying machines and glittering, steely spires — and it all fits the mood of majestic mystery.

"The story's just gonna be very honest and grim," director Ryan Coolger says in the sizzle. Nyong'o adds: "The main thrust is tradition vs. progress, and the issue of secrets."



ITS HAPPENING!!!



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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #488 on: April 18, 2017, 09:40:09 am »
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“I’m super excited about an African king who is also strong enough, fast enough, smart enough to do some of the things that T’Challa is going to do in this film,” director Ryan Coogler said in a sizzle reel for his third film, which follows on the critical and commercial success of Fruitvale Station and Creed.


DM...

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Portraying Nakia, a member of Dora Milaje, the king’s female bodyguards, Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o gets her hands dirty in scene where she single-handedly takes down a group of armed assailants in the jungle.

Klaw and Ross...

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In a sequence that also features Boseman getting in on the action choreography, Martin Freeman (playing Everett Ross, who first appeared in Captain America: Civil War) and Andy Serkis (who made his debut as Ulysses Klaue in Avengers: Age of Ultron) trade one-liners. (“Well, you brought quite the entourage, do you have a mixtape coming out?” “Oh yeah, I’ll actually send you link.”)


Ross bringing the humor confirmed
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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #489 on: April 18, 2017, 09:46:03 am »
Marvel surprisingly showed off some test footage of BP at an event.


http://mashable.com/2017/04/18/black-panther-sneak-dora-milaje-marvel-movies/?utm_cid=hp-n-1#WyMiYGsktqqi

Seems like it was mostly of the DM and people were psyched.

Also this paragraph has me stoked about the production value...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
Not all of what we saw of the Dora Milaje combat — we also got to see them presiding over a kaleidoscopic yet solemn ceremony to crown a new, untested king. That scene was a distinct diversion from the film's palette: a bold, contrast-heavy black & white world punctuated with dabs of reds and golds. All the gravity afforded a royal saga is in the designs, including tech and architecture — jagged but fleet flying machines and glittering, steely spires — and it all fits the mood of majestic mystery.

"The story's just gonna be very honest and grim," director Ryan Coolger says in the sizzle. Nyong'o adds: "The main thrust is tradition vs. progress, and the issue of secrets."



ITS HAPPENING!!!



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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #490 on: April 18, 2017, 09:47:34 am »
BEst scene descriptions so far can be found here

http://nerdist.com/black-panther-footage-chadwick-boseman-lupita-nyongo/


Lupita...

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One of the first scenes we saw depicted Lupita Nyong’o doing what she told me she was most excited to do when I spoke with her at the Toronto International Film Festival: kicking some butt. Nyong’o plays Nakia, a fierce warrior and member of the Dora Milaje, Black Panther’s elite retinue of female bodyguards. Clad in a drab olive cloak, Nakia sneaks up on unsuspecting soldiers wielding assault rifles and beats them to a pulp quickly and quietly while their compatriots shoot at the darkness. The best part was actually an unscripted accident: when Nyong’o executed a combat roll to hide behind a jeep, part of her cloak got stuck on the car and she had to extricate it like nothing happened. She acquitted herself nicely and it made for a very useable take that may well wind up in the final film.


Ceremony..

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he film’s elaborate costumes were on display in a series of scenes depicting members of the Dora Milaje and other Wakandan officials trekking to Warrior Falls, the ceremonial site where the King of Wakanda is coronated. Performing traditional Wakandan dances on a boat–which is, in truth, the facade of a boat on a studio backlot surrounded by blue screens–the assembled actors were decked out in brightly colored robes, ceremonial armor, and vibrant tunics that look like they’re straight off the page.

his best look in the trailer was in his ceremonial garb as he approached Warrior Falls for his coronation as King of Wakanda. Bare-chested, T’Challa had panther-like markings on his pectoral muscles, shoulders, and back as he slowly approached a woman wearing pristine white robes. The woman was flanked by tiers of other Wakandan officials and VIPs imperiously staring down at T’Challa as he performed a brief ritual and bowed before the woman.


Ross/Klaw better description...

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The footage presentation ended with a particularly tense scene set in a casino. T’Challa and members of the Dora Milaje are spying on the villainous Ulysses Klaw (Andy Serkis) and his goons, who are meeting with Everett Ross, the Deputy Task Force Commander for the Joint Counter Terrorist Center. (You may remember him, as played by Martin Freeman, from Captain America: Civil War.)

“You’ve brought quite the entourage,” Ross remarks to Klaw. “You got a mixtape coming out?” Clearly these remarks don’t wind up going over super well with the smuggler because the next scene is a full-on firefight in the casino with T’Challa taking cover behind an overturned table. Something tells me that this is going to wind up being a bonkers set piece that sets some of the film’s major conflicts into motion. After all, where there’s Klaw, there’s shady dealings pertaining to vibranium afoot!


Interesting... does Ross...

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get dragged into this because he is trying to "sting" klaw when T'challa shows up or is he part of it from the beginning??

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #491 on: April 18, 2017, 09:49:22 am »
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“I’m super excited about an African king who is also strong enough, fast enough, smart enough to do some of the things that T’Challa is going to do in this film,” director Ryan Coogler said in a sizzle reel for his third film, which follows on the critical and commercial success of Fruitvale Station and Creed.


DM...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
Portraying Nakia, a member of Dora Milaje, the king’s female bodyguards, Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o gets her hands dirty in scene where she single-handedly takes down a group of armed assailants in the jungle.

Klaw and Ross...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
In a sequence that also features Boseman getting in on the action choreography, Martin Freeman (playing Everett Ross, who first appeared in Captain America: Civil War) and Andy Serkis (who made his debut as Ulysses Klaue in Avengers: Age of Ultron) trade one-liners. (“Well, you brought quite the entourage, do you have a mixtape coming out?” “Oh yeah, I’ll actually send you link.”)


Ross bringing the humor confirmed


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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #492 on: April 18, 2017, 10:14:49 am »
BEst scene descriptions so far can be found here

http://nerdist.com/black-panther-footage-chadwick-boseman-lupita-nyongo/


Lupita...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
One of the first scenes we saw depicted Lupita Nyong’o doing what she told me she was most excited to do when I spoke with her at the Toronto International Film Festival: kicking some butt. Nyong’o plays Nakia, a fierce warrior and member of the Dora Milaje, Black Panther’s elite retinue of female bodyguards. Clad in a drab olive cloak, Nakia sneaks up on unsuspecting soldiers wielding assault rifles and beats them to a pulp quickly and quietly while their compatriots shoot at the darkness. The best part was actually an unscripted accident: when Nyong’o executed a combat roll to hide behind a jeep, part of her cloak got stuck on the car and she had to extricate it like nothing happened. She acquitted herself nicely and it made for a very useable take that may well wind up in the final film.


Ceremony..

Spoiler (click to reveal)
he film’s elaborate costumes were on display in a series of scenes depicting members of the Dora Milaje and other Wakandan officials trekking to Warrior Falls, the ceremonial site where the King of Wakanda is coronated. Performing traditional Wakandan dances on a boat–which is, in truth, the facade of a boat on a studio backlot surrounded by blue screens–the assembled actors were decked out in brightly colored robes, ceremonial armor, and vibrant tunics that look like they’re straight off the page.

his best look in the trailer was in his ceremonial garb as he approached Warrior Falls for his coronation as King of Wakanda. Bare-chested, T’Challa had panther-like markings on his pectoral muscles, shoulders, and back as he slowly approached a woman wearing pristine white robes. The woman was flanked by tiers of other Wakandan officials and VIPs imperiously staring down at T’Challa as he performed a brief ritual and bowed before the woman.


Ross/Klaw better description...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
The footage presentation ended with a particularly tense scene set in a casino. T’Challa and members of the Dora Milaje are spying on the villainous Ulysses Klaw (Andy Serkis) and his goons, who are meeting with Everett Ross, the Deputy Task Force Commander for the Joint Counter Terrorist Center. (You may remember him, as played by Martin Freeman, from Captain America: Civil War.)

“You’ve brought quite the entourage,” Ross remarks to Klaw. “You got a mixtape coming out?” Clearly these remarks don’t wind up going over super well with the smuggler because the next scene is a full-on firefight in the casino with T’Challa taking cover behind an overturned table. Something tells me that this is going to wind up being a bonkers set piece that sets some of the film’s major conflicts into motion. After all, where there’s Klaw, there’s shady dealings pertaining to vibranium afoot!


Interesting... does Ross...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
get dragged into this because he is trying to "sting" klaw when T'challa shows up or is he part of it from the beginning??






This film cannot come fast enough

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #493 on: April 18, 2017, 10:16:37 am »
BEst scene descriptions so far can be found here

http://nerdist.com/black-panther-footage-chadwick-boseman-lupita-nyongo/


Lupita...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
One of the first scenes we saw depicted Lupita Nyong’o doing what she told me she was most excited to do when I spoke with her at the Toronto International Film Festival: kicking some butt. Nyong’o plays Nakia, a fierce warrior and member of the Dora Milaje, Black Panther’s elite retinue of female bodyguards. Clad in a drab olive cloak, Nakia sneaks up on unsuspecting soldiers wielding assault rifles and beats them to a pulp quickly and quietly while their compatriots shoot at the darkness. The best part was actually an unscripted accident: when Nyong’o executed a combat roll to hide behind a jeep, part of her cloak got stuck on the car and she had to extricate it like nothing happened. She acquitted herself nicely and it made for a very useable take that may well wind up in the final film.


Ceremony..

Spoiler (click to reveal)
he film’s elaborate costumes were on display in a series of scenes depicting members of the Dora Milaje and other Wakandan officials trekking to Warrior Falls, the ceremonial site where the King of Wakanda is coronated. Performing traditional Wakandan dances on a boat–which is, in truth, the facade of a boat on a studio backlot surrounded by blue screens–the assembled actors were decked out in brightly colored robes, ceremonial armor, and vibrant tunics that look like they’re straight off the page.

his best look in the trailer was in his ceremonial garb as he approached Warrior Falls for his coronation as King of Wakanda. Bare-chested, T’Challa had panther-like markings on his pectoral muscles, shoulders, and back as he slowly approached a woman wearing pristine white robes. The woman was flanked by tiers of other Wakandan officials and VIPs imperiously staring down at T’Challa as he performed a brief ritual and bowed before the woman.


Ross/Klaw better description...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
The footage presentation ended with a particularly tense scene set in a casino. T’Challa and members of the Dora Milaje are spying on the villainous Ulysses Klaw (Andy Serkis) and his goons, who are meeting with Everett Ross, the Deputy Task Force Commander for the Joint Counter Terrorist Center. (You may remember him, as played by Martin Freeman, from Captain America: Civil War.)

“You’ve brought quite the entourage,” Ross remarks to Klaw. “You got a mixtape coming out?” Clearly these remarks don’t wind up going over super well with the smuggler because the next scene is a full-on firefight in the casino with T’Challa taking cover behind an overturned table. Something tells me that this is going to wind up being a bonkers set piece that sets some of the film’s major conflicts into motion. After all, where there’s Klaw, there’s shady dealings pertaining to vibranium afoot!


Interesting... does Ross...

Spoiler (click to reveal)
get dragged into this because he is trying to "sting" klaw when T'challa shows up or is he part of it from the beginning??


THANK BAST FOR COOGLER!!!

People who are solely fans of Coates wack version of T'Challa are in for a treat...and UnFans are going to be all in their feelings.

I've long felt that Black Panther is going to shatter peoples expectations both in terms of who the character is and what he's capable of but also preconceived notions of Black People, especially those from the African Continent.

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Re: The Black Panther Movie ... The Redemption of T'Challa???
« Reply #494 on: April 18, 2017, 10:18:27 am »
Coogler is doing god's work
How many leaders you said you needed then left ‘em for dead?
Is it Moses, is it Huey Newton or Detroit Red?
Is it Martin Luther, JFK, shooter you assassin
Is it Jackie, is it Jesse, oh I know, it’s King T'Challa, oh!

When ish hit the fan, is you still a fan?