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FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER - episode 3



Ayo confronts Bucky after he helped free Zemo. Apparently there are some Wakandans who did not appreciate T'Challa handing Zemo over to western authorities and may want to employ some Wakandan retribution on Zemo for the killing of King T'Chaka.
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Black Panther Fan Launches Petition to Recast T'Challa in the MCU
Movie reviewer Emmanuel "E-Man" Noisette is calling for the role of King T'Challa to be recast in the MCU following the death of Chadwick Boseman.
BY KEEGAN PROSSER



Online movie reviewer Emmanuel "E-Man" Noisette recently launched a campaign to recast the role of King T'Challa in Black Panther 2 and beyond following the untimely death of actor Chadwick Boseman in 2020.

"After the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman, Marvel Studios has announced that they are not going to recast the character of T'Challa within the Black Panther franchise," Noisette said in a video explaining the campaign, which is posted on his E-Man's Movie Reviews YouTube Channel. "Because of this, there's a strong likelihood that they will kill his character off-screen."

Noisette went on to explain he understands why Marvel would choose to honor Boseman by retiring the character but added that a better way to honor the late actor would be to continue the story of T'Challa. "I should also mention that this call is not about the mantle of Black Panther," the reviewer continued. "This has absolutely nothing to do with who's going to be the best Black Panther or who should wear the mantle of Black Panther."

In fact, Noisette revealed, the #RecastTChalla campaign is actually about allowing the character of T'Challa to continue in the same fashion he has for 55 years in Marvel Comics. He added, "This is about giving the role of T'Challa the same luxury to add on to his legacy the same way other popular superheroes have done for decades."

Noisette also announced in the video that an official Change.org petition has been created so supporters of the #RecastTChalla campaign can be heard by Marvel Studios and Marvel President Kevin Feige.

The #RecastTChalla petition, which has garnered almost 2,000 signatures, reads in part:

This is a call for the President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, Co-President Louis D'Esposito, and Writer/Director Ryan Coogler to reconsider their decision, and recast the role of "T'Challa" in the Black Panther franchise. If Marvel Studios removes T’Challa, it would be at the expense of the audiences (especially Black boys and men) who saw themselves in him. That also includes the millions of fans who were inspired by the character as well.

By not recasting, it could stifle the opportunity for one of the most popular, leading Black superheroes to add on to their legacy. The #1 way to kill a legend, is to stop telling their story.

Noisette asked in the petition description for supporters to sign and share the petition as well as use the hashtag #RecastTChalla across social media. Black Panther fans are also encouraged to check out resources posted on both the YouTube video and the online petition, which explain why recasting the role of T'Challa is the best move, and serves to prevent the #RecastTChalla campaign from being "misunderstood, misinterpreted or completely hijacked."

"Marvel is listening and our voices should be heard," Noisette continued in the clip. "The Black Panther movie didn't make $1.3 billion for nothing and killing off the MCU's very first leading black superhero in T'Challa is unnecessary. Let's not throw away and stop the momentum that Chadwick Boseman worked so hard to build up with the franchise of The Black Panther and the character of T'Challa."

He concluded his call to action by asking viewers to "not support the notion that black characters are expendable and that they can easily be replaced with just other black characters. The reality is all of them can excel and be elevated at the same time."

Directed by Ryan Coogler, Black Panther 2 arrives in theaters July 8, 2022.


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Thousands of Black Panther Fans Petition to Recast Chadwick Boseman's King T'Challa to Honor Character's Legacy

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I definitely did my part.
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I definitely did my part.

Signed the petition. You all convinced me about the importance of recasting. While Shuri as BP is an organic move, it might not be the best or right move at this time.

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Ryan Coogler On Keeping ‘Black Panther II’ In Georgia While Combating Repressive Election Laws – Guest Column

http://deadline.com/2021/04/ryan-coogler-black-panther-ii-staying-in-georgia-despite-repressive-georgia-election-laws-1234736203/

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Ryan Coogler On Keeping ‘Black Panther II’ In Georgia While Combating Repressive Election Laws – Guest Column

http://deadline.com/2021/04/ryan-coogler-black-panther-ii-staying-in-georgia-despite-repressive-georgia-election-laws-1234736203/


Read Ryan's piece on Shadow and Act a few days ago. I definitely feel where he's coming from, but I think he could more energetically strike at Georgia's political Imperial Wizard Grand Dragon. I mean, Georgia's Governor. What does HEF think?
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Stacy Abrams wants those companies to stay and fight

I'll trust her judgement when it comes to GA at this point.

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Stacy Abrams wants those companies to stay and fight

I'll trust her judgement when it comes to GA at this point.

I ride with Stacy Adams...but I don't trust a single ONE of those companies. I don't think they would ACTUALLY FIGHT, and if they did "actually fight"...excactly what does "fighting" mean to them and to Stacy?

It must be the Old Skool in me, MoS. But I seriously doubt that these companies would do anything substantive and lasting that would help us in any real way. I don't see them opening up large accounts with Black owned banks, or permanently engaging Black businesses with lucrative long term contracts. I don't see them buying air time on Black media. I don't see them supporting Black owned health clinics, hospitals, HBCU's, elementary to high schools, etc etc. I don't see them employing local rap, dance, dj, etc groups on a regular basis for perennial events.  They won't fund exclusively Aggressive Progressive candidates like Stacy in order to overcome The establishment politicians. They won't fund voter drives to throw out racist judges, Sheriffs, etc in Georgia. They won't remove their business from the Conservative muckity-muck owned banks, etc. If they did these things, or signed a legally binding concordat to do such things within two years? I'd be ALL FOR THEM STAYING IN GEORGIA.

But. They won't. Let's not kid ourselves.

However. Moving their business to another state? Would definitely kick the racist muckity-mucks in their tiny testes. It's a one time move that they can do with maximum social media benefit but minimal effort or loss for them. That's something that I see these insincere corporate vampires doing. A shallow gesture with no real substance visavis change for Afrikans are concerned; it's just a shallow gesture that's barely anything beyond gaining them important positive media exposure and goodwill amongst the public masses, the  and their move will cause a surge in business to neighboring states. Their absence will put the regime of that contemptible Brian Kemp the Klansman who cheated Stacy aaaand speedily signed into law his Modern Jim Crow law [ that will not be able to stand up to skillful concentrated legal challenges ] in some economic turmoil and will be siezed upon by his political rivals to underscore his incompetence and emphasize their reasons for the need to replace him.

That's why I want these companies to leave.

But I DON'T WANT COOGLER TO LEAVE. Why? Because Coogler WILL ACTUALLY DO GOOD FOR THE UNDERSERVED AFRIKAN COMMUNITY IN GEORGIA. These other companies? Not only WON'T do so, they HAVE A STORIED HISTORY OF NOT DOING SO. The race, housing, healthcare, education, business opportunity, gender wage gaps between Whites, women and Afrikans etc etc? Was created by the old skool and modern day deeply racist socioecopolitical practices similar to the practices of these OTHER TWO companies.
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I definitely did my part.

Signed the petition. You all convinced me about the importance of recasting. While Shuri as BP is an organic move, it might not be the best or right move at this time.

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25,000 Signatures and Counting!

Thousands of ‘Black Panther’ Fans Sign a Petition to Recast T’Challa in the Marvel Comics Universe



Marvel Studio’s Black Panther is more than just a superhero flick. It represents a cultural moment, spearheaded by the performance of the late Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa. Studio head Kevin Feige and Disney announced in December the story of T’Challa will end with the man, saying he won’t be recast in future films. Now thousands of fans are hoping Feige and other executives reverse their decision.

Film critic Emmanuel Noisette of ‘E-Man’s Reviews’ has launched a petition to recast T’Challa in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since starting the movement in late March it’s racked up more than 25,000 signatures and counting, surpassing its initial goal.

Noisette believes the role of T’Challa is too important to remove, especially after only one solo film.

“It would be at the expense of the audience, especially Black boys and Black men who saw themselves in him,” Noisette said. “The character of T’Challa is so vitally important for what he represents. He was literally the very first mainstream Black superhero. He’s Black history. The Jackie Robinson of Black superheroes.”

Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966, T’Challa was introduced to comic readers in a racially turbulent time as a direct challenge to negative stereotypes of Black people. In his first appearance, he squares off with the Fantastic Four, an all-white team. Dr. Stanford W. Carpenter, a comic scholar and artist, points to this as a pivotal moment for media representation.

“Our family of heroes goes out in search of a hidden civilization and stumble upon a people who they initially think are savages that turn out to be technologically advanced,” said Carpenter. “They go up against their leader. The twist? They are African! They are Black! And their leader, the Black Panther, is better than the Fantastic Four, both in combat and intellect.”

“In so doing, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby challenged people of the sixties to imagine who could be a superhero.”

Noisette believes the character sparked a wave of other Black superheroes on comic pages, television and film screens.

“He wasn’t a sidekick. He wasn’t a side character. He was the star. Without T’Challa you wouldn’t have Blade, you wouldn’t have Storm,” said Noisette. “You wouldn’t have these characters that are in the forefront without T’Challa being there first.”

Noisette, like many fans, was taken aback when the usually elusive Feige flatly stated there would be no recasting of Chadwick Boseman’s iconic role.

“They said we aren’t recasting period,” said Noisette. “Marvel had the best intentions here. But long term, there are deeper ramifications that I don’t think people are aware of. What do you do with the little Black boys who looked at T’Challa and saw themselves in him?”

There still aren’t a lot of details out there for the planned Black Panther sequel set to release July 8, 2022. But director Ryan Coogler has confirmed he had to rewrite the sequel without T’Challa, which he called “the most difficult professional task” he’s ever had. Some have speculated that the character will be killed on or off screen, which Noisette finds problematic.

“’Black Panther 2’ comes around and let’s say we’ve all had enough time to heal from Chadwick Boseman’s passing. You’re going to kill him again? You’re going to re-open that wound? I think that’s a little misguided.”

Some fans have also speculated that Shuri, played by Letitia Wright, could take up the Black Panther mantle in future films. It’s an idea that Noisette is open to, but not if it means losing T’Challa in the film’s universe.

“As much as I want to someone like Shuri or whoever else elevated, I don’t want that to happen at the cost of losing the first and only leading Black superhero in the MCU. Everyone can elevate together.”

Noisette says the movement is not meant to disrespect Boseman at all. Rather, the point is to recognize the role is bigger than one person.

“It’s like if a loved one passed. What’s the best way we can celebrate this person? #RecastTChalla is a call to fulfill the role that Chadwick worked so hard for the world to see. We only scratched the surface with his story.”

Filming on ‘Black Panther 2’ hasn’t begun yet, so Noisette feels there is still time for producers, writers and directors to take a fan movement like this into consideration.

“T’Challa is the epitome of representation. He is what we are striving for. He absolutely should continue. The number one way to kill a legend is to stop telling their story.”

Brandon Pope is a reporter and anchor with CW26 Chicago, Chair, NABJ Broadcast Taskforce and Board member, Obama Foundation My Brother’s Keeper.


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Lupita Nyong’o Confirms Ryan Coogler 'Reshaped' Black Panther 2 to Be 'Respectful' of Chadwick Boseman

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Will Michael B. Jordan Appear in 'Black Panther 2'?

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I like the title, and I’ll patiently wait to hear more about the fate of T’Challa via storyline, before passing further judgement. I'm still hoping for a satisfying solution.
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