The reality of a Marvel movie with a black-led superhero cast hit home last night when the stars shone on the red carpet in Los Angeles for the Black Panther world premiere. However, lead star Chadwick Boseman recently revealed that he hopes to join a few of them by sneaking into a screening with regular audiences during an interview on Jimmy Kimmell Live!
You know you've made it when you have Wakandan Secret Service escorting you to the carpet safely. "At the moment they will see this movie and they will say, 'I want to be like that king; I want to be like those heroes; I now am proud to be an African'".
"I sneak in and I love it."
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Starring Chadwick Boseman as King T'Challa of Wakanda (AKA Black Panther), Michael B. Jordan as Eric Killmonger, Lupita Nyong'o as Nakia, and Danai Gurira as Okoye - among many, many other incredible actors - the Ryan Coogler-directed film is receiving amazingly high praise from nearly all who have seen it, including those whose job it is to critique movies.
In fact, Marvel and those in attendance at the Black Panther premiere will nearly assuredly keep the post-credits scenes a secret until the film officially opens in mid-February. Stay Tuned with Pursue News to catch the trailer when it releases and for other updates related Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It's unclear what exactly these post-credits scenes contain, which shouldn't come as much of a surprise to fans of this superhero franchise considering Marvel Studios' reputation for keeping all major spoilers under wraps.
And can we just talk about the women involved in this production for a second?
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