Black Panther breaks another box office record

“Black Panther” not only shattered Hollywood’s outdated notions about diversity — but also overturned the perception of February as a movie-going wasteland, insiders said. Paul Dergarabedian, comScore’s senior media analyst, said that Presidents’ Day weekend never had a $100 million opening before the release of “Deadpool” in 2016 racked

Black Panther: Lupita Nyong'o recreates Chadwick Boseman's Rolling Stone cover""" Lupita Nyong’o gave high praise to her Black Panther costar Chadwick Boseman on Instagram Monday by recreating his much-talked-about shirtless Rolling Stone cover, that debuted that same day. While Boseman channeled his titular role for the Norman Jean Roy photograph, Nyong’o mixed in the strength of her character Nakia for the

Black Panther box office: Opening breaks February record

Black Panther is roaring to life and smashing the competition at the box office. The 18th installment of the Disney mega-franchise known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe is on track to earn about $218 million at 4,020 theaters in the U.S. and Canada over the long Presidents Day weekend, far

Black Panther end credit scenes explained

SPOILER ALERT: This articles contains spoilers from the movie Black Panther, which opened nationwide Friday. Read at your own risk!  As we count down to the long-awaited uber-team-up Avengers: Infinity War (out May 4), EW’s Marvel Movie Club is preparing by revisiting the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe in the weeks leading up

Black Panther: Chadwick Boseman gets emotional discussing film's impact

After two years of hype, Marvel’s much-anticipated Black Panther film is finally almost here. As the Ryan Coogler-directed movie sets records for advance ticket sales and brings glowing reviews, stars like Chadwick Boseman are becoming acutely aware of Black Panther‘s revolutionary potential. Black Panther isn’t the first black superhero

“Black Panther’ takes superhero costumes up a notch

To translate the futuristic African garb of “Black Panther” from comic books to screen, Marvel Studios turned to Ruth E. Carter, the powerhouse costume designer behind lauded black-experience films such as “Selma,” “Malcolm X,” and “Lee Daniels’ The Butler.” More than 700 costumes are used in this film — and they

Marvel class photo: Black Panther, Avengers casts and more

Say cheese. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, stretching back to the release of the original Iron Man. To celebrate, the MCU assembled just about every superhero who’s ever been involved in the franchise for one epic class photo. About 80 actors and filmmakers gathered in Atlanta

Chadwick Boseman Reflects On Past Experiences With Racism

Chadwick Boseman is poised to make history as the Black Panther, the first black Marvel superhero in years to lead his own movie.  The film, with its predominantly black cast and black director, is already being hailed as a long overdue step toward increased diversity in superhero films. As he

Marvel’s Black Panther first reviews

Critics are lavishing praise on the groundbreaking Marvel's Black Panther in the first official reviews of the latest MCU entry. Much like DC's Wonder Woman broke new ground for the female-led blockbuster last year, Black Panther is making history as the first-ever MCU instalment based around a majority black

Black Panther reviews: Chadwick Boseman's King of Wakanda gets raves

Following an initial social media blitz from critics in January, the first full reviews are in for Marvel’s Black Panther. The consensus? All hail King T’Challa. Admittedly, it’s not a phenomenon that the first response to a Marvel movie is one of general enthusiasm. (See Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, and

Black Panther: Watch a king rise in the new TV spot

“You’re telling me the king of a third world country runs around in a bulletproof cat suit?” Come on, Everett K. Ross, surely the CIA is clued in to the fact that Black Panther is going to rule, right? The new TV spot for Marvel’s upcoming journey into the Afrofuturist wonderland

New Black Panther trailer shows off some very cool tech

Marvel Studios is ramping up the hype for Black Panther, which releases early in 2018. The world-dominating studio has revealed a brand new international trailer, which contains some previously unseen footage and a focus on the cool technology of Wakanda and King T'Challa's (Chadwick Boseman) fancy new superhero suit. We

Black Panther gets a new suit in footage shown at Comic-Con

Although it's becoming less of a common practice, sometimes what happens in Comic-Con stays in Comic-Con. One thing that Marvel has said it won't be releasing from the San-Diego event – and we really hope it changes its mind on this – is new footage from Black Panther. Related: Everything