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Black Panther is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is intended to be the eighteenth film installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is directed by Ryan Coogler from a screenplay by him and Joe Robert Cole, and stars Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa / Black Panther alongside Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, and Andy Serkis. In Black Panther, T’Challa returns home as king of Wakanda but finds his sovereignty challenged by a long-time adversary in a conflict that has global consequences.

Wesley Snipes first mentioned his intention to work on a Black Panther film in 1992, with that project going through multiple iterations over the next decade but never coming to fruition. A Black Panther film was announced as one of the ten films based on Marvel comics that would be developed by Marvel Studios and distributed by Paramount Pictures in September 2005, with Mark Bailey hired to write a script in January 2011. Black Panther was officially announced in October 2014, with Boseman appearing first in Captain America: Civil War. By the end of 2015, Cole and Coogler had both joined Black Panther, and additional cast members came on board beginning in May 2016. Principal photography for the film took place from January to April 2017, at EUE/Screen Gems Studios and Pinewood Atlanta Studios in the Atlanta metropolitan area, and Busan, South Korea.

Premise

After the events of Captain America: Civil War, King T’Challa returns home to Wakanda. He soon finds his sovereignty challenged by factions within his own country. When two enemies conspire to bring down the kingdom, T’Challa must team up, as the Black Panther, with C.I.A. agent Everett K. Ross and members of the Dora Milaje—Wakanda’s special forces—to prevent a world war.[2]

Cast

(L:R) Producer Kevin Feige, director Ryan Coogler, and actors Lupita Nyong’o, Michael B. Jordan, Danai Gurira, and Chadwick Bosemanpromoting Black Panther at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International.

  • Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa / Black Panther:
    The king of the fictional African nation of Wakanda,[3][4][5][6] who gains enhanced strength by ingesting the Heart-Shaped Herb.[7] Producer Kevin Feige described the character as “a bit of a prince, he may even become a bit of a king, but it’s all about how this isolationist country [of Wakanda] meets the world.”[5] Screenwriter Joe Robert Cole added that after the events of Captain America: Civil War and the death of his father, “…we’ll be able to see [T’Challa] mourning and him starting to take command as king of his own nation.”[3] Boseman, who called T’Challa an anti-hero,[8] said that he is “very much aware of the responsibility” and “how important his role and his position is” as the leader of Wakanda.[9] Black Panther’s suit that forms around his body was inspired by a similar design seen in Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther comic book run.[10] He worked with the same dialect coach he had during Message from the King for the film.[8] Boseman signed a five-film contract with Marvel.[11]
  • Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger:
    A Wakandan exile who seeks to overthrow T’Challa.[12][13] Executive producer Nate Moore said Killmonger “has his own opinion on how Wakanda has been run and should [be] run”, and “is a voice of a different side of Wakanda” which “puts T’Challa in a difficult situation”.[14] Killmonger’s bumpy, ritualistic tribal markings on his chest and torso resemble the scar tattoos of the Mursiand Surma tribes.[15] Jordan noted the character’s dreadlocks hairstyle was a way “to stay true to the original character[‘s long hair] as much as possible and make it as modern as we could.”[16]Jordan, who had “been wanting to play a villain for a while,”[17] likened Kilmonger and T’Challa’s relationship to the X-Men characters Magneto and Professor X.[16] He added that Kilmonger is “very strategic, thoughtful. He’s very patient. Very well skilled, trained to a T. He works very hard, and he feels what he’s doing is right.”[18] Corey Calliet once again served as Jordan’s trainer on the film, after doing so on Creed.[19]
  • Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia:
    T’Challa’s former lover and an undercover operative of the Dora Milaje, the all-female special forces of Wakanda who serve as T’Challa’s bodyguards.[20][21][14][22] Nyong’o called Nakia a “departure” from her comic counterpart, saying she “is a war dog. She is basically an undercover spy for Wakanda. Her job is to go out into the world and report back on what’s going on.”[14]
  • Danai Gurira as Okoye:
    An “extremely proud” Wakandan and traditionalist from the Border Tribe, who is the head of the Dora Milaje.[20][23][24] When looking to cast Gurira, director Ryan Coogler had not seen The Walking Dead, in which Gurira portrays the popular character Michonne, and instead wanted her for the part because of her performance in Mother of George. Gurira said that the fighting skills she learned playing Michonne complemented the skills of Okoye, but that “there’s a lot of ways that they’re extremely different … Okoye is a whole ‘nother thing.”[25] Gurira described the Dora Milaje as “more like a secret service in a sense that it’s also very much about intel. It’s not just military,” with Okoye the head of intel. Regarding Okoye’s stoic demeanor, Gurira said, “She can be serious, but she also has an unexpected sense of humor. She has a heart, but for her country and for her people. She’s not a person who doesn’t connect to human beings as a result of what she does.”[24]
  • Martin Freeman as Everett K. Ross: A member of the Joint Counter Terrorism Center.[1][13]
  • Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi: A confidant to T’Challa and his best friend, who is the head of security for the Border Tribe, serving as the first line of defense for Wakanda.[26][14]
  • Angela Bassett as Ramonda:
    T’Challa’s mother.[27] Boseman noted that Ramonda “is one of the advisors that [T’Challa] would look to… for some of the answers of what his father might want or might do. She may not be exactly right all the time, but she definitely has insights.”[14] Calliet also served as Bassett’s trainer, working with her before she began filming and while she was on set, by creating high-intensity interval training circuits and helping to craft her diet.[19]
  • Forest Whitaker as Zuri:
    An elder statesman in Wakanda, and the keeper of the Heart-Shaped Herb.[26][14] Coogler noted that Zuri was a religious and spiritual figure, and was a way to reference the spirituality within Wakanda from the comics. He also added that Zuri “is a major tie back” to T’Chaka for T’Challa, and felt Zuri was “Black Panther’s version of Obi-Wan Kenobi.”[28]
  • Andy Serkis as Ulysses Klaue:
    A black-market arms dealer, smuggler and gangster working out of South Africa,[1][13] and allied with Killmonger,[14] who uses a piece of advanced Wakandan mining equipment as a sonic disruptor arm-cannon.[29][10] Boseman describes Klaue as a threat to Wakanda, as one of the few outsiders to enter the country and his access to vibranium, comparing him to Osama bin Laden.[30]

Additionally, Florence Kasumba and John Kani reprise their roles as Ayo and T’Chaka respectively from Captain America: Civil War.[26][31] Winston Duke portrays M’Baku, a powerful, ruthless warrior who is the leader of Wakanda’s mountain tribe, the Jabari, who are in protest to T’Challa being the new king.[32] Duke describe the Jabari as people who “strongly believe that to move forward, you have to have a strong adherence and respect for the past. So they have a deep moral conscience” and that M’Baku “deeply cares about his people… [and] his country as a whole.”[33] M’Baku is also the head of the religious minority in Wakanda, who worship the gorilla. Character elements from Christopher Priest’s 1998-2003 Black Panther series were adapted for the film.[32] Letitia Wright portrays T’Challa’s sister Shuri, the princess of Wakanda who designs new technology for the country. Wright described her as “an innovative spirit and an innovative mind” who “wants to take Wakanda to a new place… [and] has a great fashion sense”. Wright also felt Shuri was “vibrant” and “refreshing”, and was a good role model for young black girls.[34] Sterling K. Brown plays N’Jobu, a figure from T’Challa’s past,[35] Isaach de Bankolé plays the elder of one of the largest tribes in Wakanda,[36] and Nabiyah Be portrays the criminal Tilda Johnson.[37] Sydelle Noel portrays a member of the Dora Milaje,[38] and Atandwa Kani has been cast in an undisclosed role.[31]

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