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Re: BLACK PANTHER - DISNEY PLUS - A new series' casting suggestions...
« Reply #255 on: November 12, 2022, 10:12:31 am »
Nah man of they got Aldis HE should be BP. Dude can act AND expressed interest in BP all the way back in 2012, give him his shot

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Re: BLACK PANTHER - DISNEY PLUS - A new series' casting suggestions...
« Reply #256 on: November 12, 2022, 10:39:49 am »
Aldis definitely has the aesthetic and talent. I was thinking his being as popular as he is might be more glaring when contrasted with Chadwick thus I thought Joshua's fit into the role would be less jarring.

On another note I wonder if Disney+ will be used as the vehicle develop
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Re: BLACK PANTHER - DISNEY PLUS - A new series' casting suggestions...
« Reply #257 on: November 12, 2022, 02:52:22 pm »
Aldis definitely has the aesthetic and talent. I was thinking his being as popular as he is might be more glaring when contrasted with Chadwick thus I thought Joshua's fit into the role would be less jarring.

On another note I wonder if Disney+ will be used as the vehicle develop
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Like hurt being Recast by a bigger actor, T'Challa deserves to continue with an actor as big or bigger then Chad, and a rising star like Aldis is the perfect pick. Or ylan or Sope Dirisu. Rising known stars that wi bring the hype and channel T'Challa should be picked

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Aldis definitely has the aesthetic and talent. I was thinking his being as popular as he is might be more glaring when contrasted with Chadwick thus I thought Joshua's fit into the role would be less jarring.

On another note I wonder if Disney+ will be used as the vehicle develop
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T'Challa Jr
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Like hurt being Recast by a bigger actor, T'Challa deserves to continue with an actor as big or bigger then Chad, and a rising star like Aldis is the perfect pick. Or ylan or Sope Dirisu. Rising known stars that wi bring the hype and channel T'Challa should be picked

Agreed. Ylan, Sope and especially Aldis could work. Big names are good but as the Rock is demonstrating with Black Adam that may not be enough. T'Challa requires a fresh face, an actor with both youth and range. This time around must ensure that T'Challa the Black Panther as a character remains immortalized with respect to the changes or mortality of the actor portraying him.
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Winston Duke Says There's 'No Way They'll Never Remake' Black Panther in the Future
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Winston Duke expects Black Panther's King T'Challa to return eventually.

In a new interview with Esquire published Monday, the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star, 36, expressed some frustration with Marvel Cinematic Universe fans who publicly supported for Marvel Studios to recast Chadwick Boseman's character as first trailers for the sequel were unveiled in July. (Boseman died of colon cancer in 2020 at age 43.)

Duke told the outlet that some fans "center their own need for a character when none of this would be possible if the people who brought this to life didn't participate, from behind the scenes to in front of it."

During the interview, Duke also noted that it is likely Black Panther will eventually receive a reboot, at which point another actor will take an opportunity to play T'Challa.

"There's no way they'll never remake Black Panther in the future," Duke said. "There's no way that the saga and interpretation of T'Challa, King of Wakanda, will end."

"He is canon. So trust that it'll come," the actor added. "But allow this to be a human experience."



Duke, who plays M'Baku in the Black Panther series, has spoken about his feelings after Boseman's death in the run-up to Wakanda Forever's release. At a New York City screening of the movie last Tuesday, the star told PEOPLE that he is understanding of the loss experienced by Chadwick Boseman's widow after the death of his own mother.

"What's been powerful here is we're all going through a lot of loss. I lost my mom recently, two weeks ago," he said at the screening. "It's tough."

Duke says he had a conversation with Taylor Simone Ledward, 31, who married Boseman in 2018, about their shared loss.

"I said to her recently, I can't say I fully understood what you were going through until today, to fully come close to understanding the grief you are experiencing."

In a new interview with Esquire published Monday, the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star, 36, expressed some frustration with Marvel Cinematic Universe fans who publicly supported for Marvel Studios to recast Chadwick Boseman's character as first trailers for the sequel were unveiled in July. (Boseman died of colon cancer in 2020 at age 43.)

Duke told the outlet that some fans "center their own need for a character when none of this would be possible if the people who brought this to life didn't participate, from behind the scenes to in front of it."

During the interview, Duke also noted that it is likely Black Panther will eventually receive a reboot, at which point another actor will take an opportunity to play T'Challa.

"There's no way they'll never remake Black Panther in the future," Duke said. "There's no way that the saga and interpretation of T'Challa, King of Wakanda, will end." "He is canon. So trust that it'll come," the actor added. "But allow this to be a human experience."


Duke, who plays M'Baku in the Black Panther series, has spoken about his feelings after Boseman's death in the run-up to Wakanda Forever's release. At a New York City screening of the movie last Tuesday, the star told PEOPLE that he is understanding of the loss experienced by Chadwick Boseman's widow after the death of his own mother.

"What's been powerful here is we're all going through a lot of loss. I lost my mom recently, two weeks ago," he said at the screening. "It's tough."

Duke says he had a conversation with Taylor Simone Ledward, 31, who married Boseman in 2018, about their shared loss.

"I said to her recently, I can't say I fully understood what you were going through until today, to fully come close to understanding the grief you are experiencing."

"You know, we all showed up and participated in starting in the foundation for him at the Smithsonian," says Duke. "We're just here for her and we support her. He's going be with us forever. And she will be."

In an October interview on the Jemele Hill Is Unbothered podcast, Duke called the loss of Boseman "something that we have to wrestle with daily on set" as the Wakanda Forever team unexpectedly embarked on the highly-anticipated sequel without its lead actor.

"There was a gaping hole when it came to his presence," the actor revealed on the podcast. "You felt it daily. You felt him not being there."

"He was a very gentle presence of strength, power, and scope," Duke said of working with Boseman on the podcast. "You knew he was there, but he didn't have to say anything. He wasn't walking around with a big ego… You don't realize the impact when they're there."


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Re: BLACK PANTHER - DISNEY PLUS - A new series' casting suggestions...
« Reply #260 on: November 21, 2022, 03:41:59 pm »
Nah man of they got Aldis HE should be BP. Dude can act AND expressed interest in BP all the way back in 2012, give him his shot

JDW or Aldis. Either could kill it. If one is T'Challa? The other is N'jobu. Or Killmonger. Or...check THIS out...Solomon Preyy!!
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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Marvel release Bashenga: The First Black Panther
« Reply #261 on: November 28, 2022, 04:24:19 pm »
















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it's a fan pitch.

it's freaking awesome.

and he clearly watched BPQ

Concept Art by Shaun Harrison
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This just goes to show the unlimited and untapped potential that lies within the Black Panther franchise. A Disney+ anthology series is what their upcoming Wakanda show should be designed around. Return via recast and reboot T'Challa the Black Panther and his supporting cast and updated rogues gallery to the MCU in 2027. The new film origin story could be based on an update of Hudlin's Who is the Black Panther?

Just watched it again and it still stands up. Definitely needs to be adapted to the big screen.




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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ New Marvel release Bashenga: The First Black Panther???
« Reply #262 on: December 11, 2022, 08:54:46 am »
Marvel fans want a series for Bashenga, the first Black Panther
And they are asking for Ryan Coogler to direct the show.
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It has been four weeks since Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was released in theaters. The movie has racked up over $730 million in box office revenues alone and topped the charts since it was released. While Black Panther 2 introduced Shuri as the new protector of Wakanda, one name has been repeatedly referenced in the original and sequel. The name of Bashenga, who is the first king and Black Panther, has been part of the movie’s history and culture.

https://www.xfire.com/marvel-fans-want-a-series-for-bashenga-the-first-black-panther/

After Black Panther 2 was released, fans were already asking for a spin-off title to Wakanda’s first Black Panther, and they want Ryan Coogler to make it a reality. The director was at the helm of the first two Black Panther films and is being considered for a third movie.

The demand started when a talented Black artist named Shaun Harrison created stunning mockups for "Bashenga, The First Black Panther" and shared them on Twitter. His post included a list of characters and actors who would portray them. The mockups were done with the use of the popular AI program Midjourney, Adobe Photoshop, and After Effects. The scenes rendered with the AI software are stunning and very detailed.



According to the post, the story of the First Black Panther will focus on the five tribes of Wakanda and their struggle for control of a newly found mineral called Vibranium. This mineral would be central to the future conflict between Wakanda and the Mayan kingdom of Talocan in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. From the post, Harrison listed John Boyega as the actor he wants to play Bashenga. Boyega previously took on the role of Finn in the Star Wars sequel trilogy. Brian Tyree Henry reprises his role as Phastos from the Eternals in the concept art.

The actors listed in the post include rapper Doechii and singer Burna Boy. The concept art also includes a list of musicians that would provide the music as well as a choreographer. You have to hand it to Harrison, he gave this concept a lot of thought.



The post has gotten 87.6K likes and 13.9K retweets at the time of writing. There have been numerous comments from fans expressing their excitement in seeing this concept become reality. Interestingly, Ryan Coogler is rumored to be working on a Black Panther spin-off title set in Wakanda. However, Black Panther producer Nate Moore recently said that the project has been placed on the back burner as the production team was occupied by Black Panther 2 and Ironheart.

https://www.xfire.com/marvel-fans-want-a-series-for-bashenga-the-first-black-panther/


Fans reacted to the Bashenga concept.
By Stacy Jackson


https://www.blackenterprise.com/marvel-fans-are-demanding-a-disney-series-from-ryan-coogler-starring-bashenga-the-first-black-panther/

“NEW MARVEL DISNEY+ SERIES CONCEPT OF ‘BASHENGA: THE FIRST BLACK PANTHER’ BY @SHAUN_HARRISON ! RYAN COOGLER MAKE THIS!” HEROIC HOLLYWOOD TWEETED WITH PHOTOS OF HARRISON’S CONCEPT.

“This looks awesome,” one user replied, while another wrote, “WE NEEED THISSSS i want to see baast!”

When one user questioned the purpose of the concept another explained, “It’s been two movies and a bit movies, we know absolutely nothing about Wakanda’s history. A big rock fell a long time ago and now they’re the richest and by far the most advanced country on the planet, with no explanation. Zero world building.”

Marvel Studios and Disney have been tagged a lot demanding the concept to be brought to the big screen following the premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Ryan Coogler, you have 24 hours to respond!


Full article here!
https://www.blackenterprise.com/marvel-fans-are-demanding-a-disney-series-from-ryan-coogler-starring-bashenga-the-first-black-panther/

I wouldn't be the least surprised if this Bashenga series is already in the beginning phase of production and thus permitted the posting of these images to test fan reactions. Well they got what they were  hoping for. If Ryan Coogler is responsible for this show's production he needs to bring in Geoffrey Thorne.

Interestingly enough, a Bashnga series would have been a good substitute for Wakanda Forever permitting the cast time to grieve and the opportunity to recast T'Challa. Speaking of the recently departed king, Marvel has to find a way to make T'Challa great again (MTGA) by reintroducing him back into the MCU (not sure if Jr will cut it, he could if...) and most certainly stopping the nonsense occurring in the pages of his comic.




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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ New Marvel release Bashenga: The First Black Panther???
« Reply #263 on: December 11, 2022, 09:30:47 am »
THE PAST - T'Challa goes back in time to witness his ancestral origin.


THE PRESENT - T'Challa the Black Panther in a contemporary setting.


THE FUTURE - Wakanda Forever, T'Challa goes to the future to witness his nations galactic expansion.


The Black Panther franchise could rival that of Star Wars.


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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ New Marvel release Bashenga: The First Black Panther???
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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Black Panther Wakanda Forever Lands in Early 2023
« Reply #265 on: January 03, 2023, 08:19:14 pm »
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Disney+ Release Date Revealed
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is still pulling in audiences at the worldwide box office, but now the Disney+ streaming debut is on the horizon.
BY ANTHONY LUND

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has provided Marvel Studios with another huge box office hit to end 2022. Although many movies of the last year have landed a streaming debut 45 days after opening in theaters, Marvel movies have not stuck to that same guide. However, the Disney+ arrival of the Black Panther sequel has now been set for 70 days after the movie hit cinemas on November 11.

As revealed by The Hollywood Handle, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will join the Disney+ MCU catalog on January 20, 2023. While this still gives the movie time to pick up a little more money at the box office, it is unlikely that the film will end up beating Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which currently has a lead of over $135 million on the Letitia Wright-led movie. However, on the domestic front, the film has already become the second highest-grossing Marvel movie of the last three years, behind only Spider-Man: No Way Home.


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I think they're giving BPWF some more theater time due to having a good New Year's weekend.






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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Black Panther Wakanda Forever Lands in Early 2023
« Reply #266 on: January 05, 2023, 09:45:51 am »
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Disney+ Release Date Revealed
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is still pulling in audiences at the worldwide box office, but now the Disney+ streaming debut is on the horizon.
BY ANTHONY LUND

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has provided Marvel Studios with another huge box office hit to end 2022. Although many movies of the last year have landed a streaming debut 45 days after opening in theaters, Marvel movies have not stuck to that same guide. However, the Disney+ arrival of the Black Panther sequel has now been set for 70 days after the movie hit cinemas on November 11.

As revealed by The Hollywood Handle, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will join the Disney+ MCU catalog on January 20, 2023. While this still gives the movie time to pick up a little more money at the box office, it is unlikely that the film will end up beating Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which currently has a lead of over $135 million on the Letitia Wright-led movie. However, on the domestic front, the film has already become the second highest-grossing Marvel movie of the last three years, behind only Spider-Man: No Way Home.


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They need to do EXACTLY THAT. I'm going in to watch it for a second time. Maybe a third. I want BPWF to beat Doctor Strange.
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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Black Panther Wakanda Forever Goes to China!
« Reply #267 on: January 17, 2023, 04:55:22 pm »
China Lifts Ban on Marvel Movies, Sets Release Dates for ‘Black Panther 2,’ ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania’

By Naman Ramachandran



China has lifted its unofficial ban on Marvel titles, bestowing release dates for two major superhero tentpoles, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” and “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.”

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” which was released everywhere else in the world last November, will open in China on Feb. 7. Shortly after, “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania” will be released on Feb. 17, the same day the sequel touches down in the U.S. and the U.K. The dates were released via Marvel’s Chinese social media accounts.

Those movies will be the first Marvel adventures to play in China since 2019’s “Avengers: Endgame” (which made a staggering $632 million in the territory) and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (which brought in $198 million in the territory). In the past, Marvel movies have been extremely popular in China, with “Black Panther” grossing $105 million and “Ant-Man and the Wasp” earning $121 million in the country.

It’s not just Marvel that’s been getting the cold shoulder from Disney. Very few Hollywood movies have gotten access to screen in Chinese movie theaters in the pandemic era. The thaw towards Disney films in the Middle Kingdom began late in 2022 with James Cameron’s magnum opus “Avatar: The Way of Water,” which got permission to play in the country from China’s Film Bureau. So far, the science-ficition tentpole has earned some $220 million in the territory.

It’s not clear why recent titles from Disney and other major studios have been denied release in China. But it is most likely sabre rattling directed towards the U.S. during a period of increased tensions, especially with jingoistic political events like the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party and the 20th National Congress happening in 2021 and 2022 respectively.


https://variety.com/2023/film/box-office/black-panther-wakanda-forever-ant-man-and-the-wasp-quantumania-china-release-1235491557/



The "Black Panther" sequel hits Disney+ on Wednesday, Feb. 1st and in China's theaters on Feb. 7th. Got to give it to the Black Panther franchise, it never says die (unless you're talking MCU T'Challa and that was murder). They may make it to 900 million or close to. I hope Kang resets the entire MCU. Hopefully phases four and five will complete the existing lineup and pave the way for the return of those who started the MCU and introduce those longing to be apart of the MCU but most of all the return of the king... T'Challa the Black Panther.


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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Black Panther Wakanda Forever Goes to China!
« Reply #268 on: January 18, 2023, 04:57:40 am »
I also think this should push Wakanda Forever past $900 million. It will give the Wakanda Forever enthusiasts more to crow about, but still the film will underperform compared to the first one, and even here, this doesn't feel as "clean" a win if it gets closer to a billion at the end of its theatrical run, unlike Dr. Strange 2 did without having that extra push.

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Re: BLACK PANTHER DISNEY+ Black Panther Wakanda Forever Goes to China!
« Reply #269 on: January 22, 2023, 04:11:18 pm »
I'm curious to see what kind of numbers China drops. As of today the estimate is at $830,127,494 waiting weekend actuals but be that as it must BP WF would need 70 million to hit the 900 million mark. Possible I think. Making 100 million in the People's Republic might be a stretch but we'll see soon.







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