We’d argue that the chances are near impossible, but if you do end up disliking Marvel’s latest offering, the long-awaited Black Panther, then we challenge you not to love its soundtrack.
(To be honest, we’d challenge you not to love the whole thing.)
Not long after Kendrick Lamar and SZA dropped the first song from the film’s official soundtrack, we can now catch a glimpse of ‘All The Stars’ in all its sumptuous visual glory.
Seriously, this is a gorgeous video – and it’s a pretty great song, too.
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And that’s not all the Black Panther content we’ve been casting our eyes over, as reviews for the movie are now officially out – and, unsurprisingly, it’s being hailed as a masterpiece.
Building on Wonder Woman‘s point that cinema-goers are crying out for more representation, Black Panther has been praised for its African heart and “insane” superhero action.
Which is something we have a feeling the film’s director Ryan Coogler is going to be pretty pleased about – especially after those ridiculous (and basically racist) boycott rumours.
Responding to a campaign headed by DC ‘fans’ aimed at sabotaging Black Panther‘s Rotten Tomatoes score, Coogler politely insisted that he wanted “everybody” to see the film.
“I’m really looking forward to sharing the film with audiences regardless of what their political views are… that’s kind of where I [stand on that],” he admitted.
Black Panther will finally stalk into cinemas on February 9, 2018 in the UK and on February 16, 2018 in the US.
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